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CARMINA SACRA: 

IBOSTON COLLECTION OF CHURCH MUSIC. 



COMPRISING If, MOST POPULAR 

PSALM AND HYMN TJNES IN GENERAL USE, 

TOGETHER WITH A GREAT VARIETY OF 

\Y TUNES, CHANTS, SENTENCES, MOTETTS, AND ANTHEMS, 

PRINCIPALLY ttY DISTINGUISHED EUROPEAN COMPOSERS: 

I . .' u sriTUTING 

ONE OF THE MOST COMl'i.ETE COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC 

)R CHOIRS, CONGREGATIONS, SI-:.- SCHOOLS AND SOCIETIES, EXTANT, 

BY LO T , 1ASOX, 

JOR IK THE &O3T0.N ACAX/KATl OF MUSIC ; E .'iTni; OF THE BOSTe.N H , . A.ND HltDN •' L1.ECTIOS OF CHCR'II MUSIC. E CUOIF. OR UNION CU- 

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CARMlNA SACRA! ^5^ 

OR \ L 

BOSTON COLLECTION OP CHURCH MUSIC. . 

COMPRISING THE MOST POPULAR 

PSALM AND HYMN TUNES IN GENERAL USE, 

TOGETHER WITH A GREAT VARIETY OF 

NEW TUNES, CHANTS, SENTENCES, MOTETTS, AND ANTHEMS, 

PRINCIPALLY BY DISTINGUISHED EUROPEAN COMPOSERS : 

THE WHOLE CONSTITUTING 

ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC 

FOR CHOIRS, CONGREGATIONS, SINGING SCHOOLS AND SOCIETIES, EXTANT. 

BY LOWELL, MASOJV, 

raOFKSSOR IN THE BOSTON ACADEMY OF MUSIC ; EDITOR OF THE BOSTON HANDEL AND HAYDN COLLECTION OF CHURCH MUSIC, THE CHOIR OR UNION COLLECTION 
THE BOSTON ACADEMT's COLLECTION, THE MODERN PSALMIST, AND VARIOUS OTHER MUSICAL WORKS. 



BOSTON: 

PUBLISHED BY WILKINS, CARTER, & CO 

1848. 



Entered, according to Act of Cong*ess, in the year 1841, 

By MELVIN LORD, 
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts. 



BOSTON ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 

INCORPORATED MARCH, 1833. 

The design of this Institution is to promote Musical Education, and to diffuse a knowledge of the art, in all its beneficia. forms, throughout the 
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.crms of the charter, to this object. 



GOVERNMENT FOR 1842-43. 



SAMUEL A. ELIOT, President. 
GEORGE WM. GORDON, Vice President. 
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BENJAMIN PERKINS, Treasurer. 
BENJAMIN F. EDMANDS, Librarian. 



Counsellors. 
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GEORGE W. CROCKETT, 
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BOSTON: 

IlnDIB AND WIllonT, MUSIC OOKPOSITOIt 



PREFACE. 



If the question be asked, " Why add another to the many books of Church Music now before the public ?" the reply must be similar to what would be appropriate, 
were the same inquiry to be made respecting a new book on any branch of science, art, morals, or literature. Books on all subjects, except there be some unnatural 
restraint to prevent, will be multiplied in proportion to the number and acquisitions of those who read them; and this very multiplicity, taken in connection with the vcrv 
great variety of character and style necessarily involved, tends directly to increase both the number and attainments of their readers. 

So it ia in music. In proportion as the art is exien. ed, an increasing number and variety of books become necessary; while, on the other hand, an enlargement of 
the catalogue of books will directly facilitate the progress of music itself. What friend of musical cultivation, therefore, and may we not add, what true philanthropist, 
will fail to rejoice in the publication of any new book of Church Music, which, being founded on correct principles of science and taste, helps to enlarge the boundaries 
and to extend the knowledge of the art ? 

Every well organized choir, if kept up with interest, must have a constant succession of new music; without this there will be no advancement. The same principle 
applies in every other case. The progress of things is ever onward, and why should it be expected that a choir of singers must remain satisfied with singing over for an» 
considerable length of time, the same tunes, anymore than that a literary community should be satisfied with reading over and over the same books Nor is this constant 
desire fo r new music any disparagement to the old tunes of standard merit. Many of these are unrivalled. So is Milton. But is this latter fact any reason why no one 
should write poetry at the present period ? How many poets would have written since Milton if none had been encouraged but those who were as good as himself? TKe 
old tunes may be the best, — much the best, if you please, and still the modern tunes may possess some value, and some that is not found in their predecessors, and some 
that is worth having. To say the least, they increase the variety, and that is, as Cowper says, 

" The verv spice of life, 

That gives it all its savor." 

The Handel and Haydn Society Collection of Church Music, by the Edilorof this work, was first published in 1822. The Choir, orUnion Collection, in 1832. The Boston 
Academy's Collection in 1835, and the Modern Psalmist in 1S39. In this last named work the four parts are printed upon two staves, after the manner of publishing similai 
works in Germany; but notwithstanding the advantages of this arrangement of the parts, there are many who prefer the common mode of printing. This consideration 
together with the fact that the Editor had on hand much valuable music recently received from distinguished European composers, which he could hardly feci justified ir 
withholding from the public, has led to the publication of Carmina Sacra* at the present time. 

The Metrical part of the work will be found to contain not only a choice selection of the old standard tunes, which, though often republished, are always in demand, 
and which are as necessary to every singing book, designed for general use, as ballast is to a ship, — but also many new tunes, embracing specimens from distinguished 
composers of the present day in Europe, together ailbrding such a diversity of style, in melody, harmony and rhythmical structure, as cannot fail to be highly interesting 
to the lovers of sacred song. In the department of Motetts, Anthems, &c, will be found manv new and interesting pieces never before published, and also others now 
first adapted to English words. Tho variety of Chants is also greater than is usual in similar works. 

In the Introductory department, containing the elements of vocal music, the general arrangement of the Modern Psalmist has been followed, with this important excep- 
tion however, that the different departments, (Rhythm, Melody and Dynamics,) are intermingled in the same order as it is usual to teach them in singing schools. The 
teacher, therefore, will not have to skip about from place to place, but merely to follow the regular succession of chapters as they occur. Unlike the " Manual of 
Instruction of the Boston Academy of Music," t which professes to teach how to teach, and with the contents of which every teacher, therefore, should be familiar, this 
work merely contains in a didactic form those doctrines or principles which are necessary to be taught, leaving the teacher to pursue his own method of explanation and 
niustration. 

The Codas added to many of the tunes form quite a new feature in a book of this kind, and it is hoped they may add interest to the performance of psalmody. Although 
they are called codas, yet they are not designed for the close, merely, but may be introduced before the first stanza, or between the stanzas of a hymn, as may be appro- 
priate. In the sinking school and choir meetings, they may always be sung, but in public worship tho propriety of singing them must depend upon the circumstances of 
the occasion, hymn, &c. The hymns in which these Hallelujahs may with propriety be introduced, are more numerous than may be at first supposed; for under what 
circumstances does not the devout heart say, " Praise the Lord ? " " Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him." 

* Carmina Sacra. 

tThe Editor having Men several recent notices of this work, in which it seemed to be taken for granted that he was the author of the mode of teaching which is explained in the Manual, an' 
whieh is commonly called ihe I'esialozzian method. — a method now so generally adopted, — takes this opportunity to correct this error; and for this purpose refers to the -Manual itself, p. 14, $ .'i. • 
addition to whieh he would alto siaic. dial the work of Ktlbler there mentioned, wai mostly followed, so much so indeed that to a great extent the Manual may he called a translation of that «o<t 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



CHAPTER I. 



GENERAL DIVISION OF THE SUBJECT. 



Long or Short. 



fj 1. Musical sounds may be 1 

2. High or Low. 

3. Soft or Loud. 

§ II. In the elementary principles of music there are three departments : 

1. Rhythm. This is founded on the first of the above distinctions, 

and treats of the length of sounds. 

2. Melody. This is founded on the second distinction, and treats of 

the pitch of sounds. 

3. Dynamics. This is founded on the third distinction, and treats of 

the power of sounds. 



$ III. GENERAL VIEW. 

Distinctions. 
Long r Short. 
High -ow 
Soft IjOUD. 



Departments. 
Rhythm. 
Melody. 
Dynamics. 



QUESTIONS. 



Subjects. 
Length. 
Pitch. 
Power. 



How many distinctions exist in the nature of musical sounds ? — What is the first ? Seeond? Third 7 
—How many departments are there m the elementary principles of music ? — What is the first depart- 
ment called 7 Second 7 Third 7 — What is that distinction in the nature of musical sounds, on which 
Khythm is founded 7 Melody 7 Dynamics 7 — What is that department called which relates to the 
Length of soiuids ? Pitch 7 Power? — In how many ways do musical sounds differ? — How many 
essential properties have musical sounds 7 What are they 7 — What is the subject of Rhythm ? Melo- 
dy? Dynamics? — If sounds differ from one another only as it respects their length, is the difference 
Rhythmical, Melodic, or Dynamic 7 — If sounds differ with respect to their pitch, is the difference 
Rhythmical, Melodic, or Dynamic 7 — If sounds differ with respect to their power, is it a Rhythmical, 
McWic, or Dynamic difference 7 



CHAPTER II. 

RHYTHM. 

DIVISIONS OF TIME, BEATING TIME, ACCENT. 

§ IV. The length of sounds is regulated by a division of the time occupied 
in the performance of music into equal portions. 
§ V. The portions of time into which music is divided are called Measures. 
§ VI. Measures are divided into Parts of Measures. 
§ VII. A measure with two parts is called Double measure. 

" three " " Triple measure. 

" four " " Quadruple measure. 

" six " " Sextuple measure. 

§VIII. The character used for separating measures is called a Bar — thus, 
Note. Observe the difference between a measure atid a bar Do not call a measure, a bar. 

§ IX. To aid in the computation and accurate division of time, certain 
motions of the hand are made. This is called Beating Time. 

Note. Every person learning to sing should give strict atter.lion to beating time. Experience 
proves that where the habit of beating time is neglected, the ability to keep time is seldom acquired. 

§ X. Double measure has two beats: first, Downward; second, Upward. 
Accented on the first part of the measure. 

§ XI. Triple time has three beats: first, Downward; second, Hither; 
third, Upward. Accented on the first part of the measure. 

§ XII. Quadruple time has four beats: first, Dowmvard; second, Hithe? , 
third, Thither; fourth, Upward. Accented on the first and third parts of 
the measure. 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC 



§ XIII. Sextuple time has six beats: first, Downward; second, Downward; 
bird, Hither; fourth, Thither; fifth, Upward; sixth, Upward. Accented on 
the first and fourth parts of the measure. 

Note. The hither beal is made horizontally to the left, the thither beat to the right. For the first 
downward beat, in Sextuple time, let the hand fall half the way, and for the second, *'ie remainder 

§ XIV. One measure in Quadruple is equivalent to two measures in 
Double time; and one measure in Sextuple is equivalent to two measures 
in Triple time. 

Note. The most important requisite in all good performance is accuracy of time. It is this that 
binds a choir together, and carries them safely through the most difficult rhythmical combinations. 
To acquire the habil of keeping good time requires much patience and perseverance ; and it is in this 
that those who commence learning to sing are most likely to fail. The school should now be exercised 
in beating time, and in singing one sound to the syllable la to each part of the measure. 

QUESTIONS. 

How is the length of sounds regulated (or governed) in music ? — What are the portions of time 
called into which music is divided 7 — What portions of time are smaller than measures 7 — How many 
kinds of measure are there 7 — How many parts has double measure ? Triple 7 Quadruple? Sextu- 
ple ? — On which part of the measure is double time accented 7 Triple ? Quadruple 7 Sextuple 7 — 
What is the character called which is used for separating the measures? — What distinguishes one kind 
of time from another 7 — In beating lime, how many motions has double time? Triple? Quadruple'.' 
Sextuple 1 — What is the use of beating lime ? 



CHAPTER III. 

RHYTHM OF NOTES. 

§ XV. The length of sounds is indicated by the form of certain charac- 
ters called Notes. 

§ XVI There are five kinds of notes in common use, viz: 

Whole Note O (Scmibreve.) 

Half Note O (Minim.) 



Quarter Note 
Eighth Note 



(Crotchet.) 
(Quaver.) 



Sixteenth Note £ (Semiquaver 



§ XVII. Besides the above tnere are sometimes used Thirty-seconds ^ 

* 

Sixty-fourths j£ — and also, Double notes &Z| or jjoj| • 



Sing in Quadruple time all the notes in common use. 

G> I O <2>|* » • \ 

II ill . I I luuuu 



• 
I 





1 i r 



* * * * 



§ XVIII. 
ted half p* 



A Dot ( • ) adds one half to the length of a note, 
is equal in length to three quarters * * * . 

QUESTIONS. 



Thus a dot- 



What arc those characters called which rcpresenl the length of sounds ? — Are notes rhythmical 
melodic, or dynamic characters ? — How many kinds of notes are there in common use 7 — What is the 
longest note called 7 The next? &ic. — How much docs a dot add to the length of a note ? — What do 
notes represent ? — What are Doles lor .' 



CHAPTER IV. 

MELODY. 

THE SCALE. (DIATONIC SCALE, MAJOR.) 

^ XIX. At the foundation of Melody lies a series of sounds called tne 
Scale. 

§ XX. The sounds of the scale are designated by numerals, viz - on*, 
two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. 

§ XXI. The first seven letters of the alphabet are applied to the sounds 
of the scale, as follows: to one C, to two D, to three E, to four F, to fivo 
G, to six A, to seven B, and to eight C. 



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ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC 



$ XXII. In singing the scale, the following syllables are used: 
Written, Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si, 
Pronounced, Doe, Ray, Mee, Fah, Sole, Lah, See, 

Illustration of the Scale, with numerals, letters and syllables. 



Do. 

Doe. 



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s* 



v 









v. ■no a * 



s 



6 A?' 



% £ 



Note. The scale should be sung to the class slowly and distinctly, to the syllable la, or to nume- 
rals, beginning at a suitable pitch, ascending and descending several times until they may be supposed 
to have a clear idea of it, when they may be required to sing it themselves. A few will almost always 
be found, say from five to ten in a class of a hundred, who cannot at first get the sounds right. These 
cannot go on with the others with advantage to either party, but if they can practise in a separate 
class they may, probably, by extra exertion, succeed. As the difficulty in such cases is almost always 
with the ear, listening to the ringing of others is of mucn greater importance to such persons than any 
attempt to suig themselves. 

§ XXIII. The difference of pitch between any two sounds is called an 
Interval. Thus, from one to two is an interval, 8tc. 

§ XXIV. In the scale, there are five larger and two smaller intervals, the 
former called Steps and the latter Half-Steps. 

§ XXV. The half-steps occur between the sounds three and four, and 
seven and eight; between the other sounds the interval is a step. 

QUESTIONS. 

What is the second distinction in musical sounds? — What is the department called, arising out of 
this distinction ? — Of what does Melody treat ? — What is that series of sounds called, which lies at the 
foundation of Melody ? — How many sounds arc there in the scale ? — How do we designate, or speak 
of the sounds of the scale ? Numerals. — What is the first sound of the scale called? One. What the 
second? Two, &c. — What letter is one ? Two? Three? &c. — What syllable is sung to one ? To 
two? Sec, — What letter is one? What syllable ? — What numeral is C .' — What numeral is Do? &c. — 
What is the difference of pitch between (wo sounds called ? — How many intervals are there in the 
icale? — How many kinds of intervals are there in the scale ?■ — What are the larger intervals called ? 
Smaller? — How many steps are there in tin- scale? How many half-steps ?— vVhat is the interval 
from on* to two 1 Two to three ? Three o lour ? &e 



CHAPTER V. 

MELODY. THE STAFF AND 2LEFS 

§ XXVI. The pitch of sounds is representee by a character called a 
Staff, on which the scale, or other music, is written in notes. 

§ XXVII. The Staff consists of five lines, and the spaces between them. 

§ XXVIII. Each line and space is called a Degree; thus, there are nine 
degrees: five lines and four spaces. 

§ XXIX. When more than nine degrees are wanted, the spaces below 
or above the Staff are used; also additional lines called added lines. 



Fifth line- 
Fourth line.- 
Third line.- 
Second line. - 
First line.— 



The Staff with added lines. 

Space above. 
Fourth spaee. 
Third space. 



_ Added line above. 



Second space. 



First space. 



Space below. 



-Added line below. 



§ XXX. In writing the scale on the staff, one may be placed on either 
of its degrees, and the other sounds follow in regular order; thus, if one 
be placed on the first line, two will be on the first space, three on the 
second line, and so on; or, if one be placed on the first space, two will be 
on the second line, and so on. 

§ XXXI. There are two ways in which the scale is commonly written on 
the staff; first, one on the added line below; and second, one on the second 
space. 

§ XXXII. To distinguish between these two ways of writing the scale, 
or to fix the position of the letters on the stall', a character is used called a 
Clef. 

§ XXXIII. There are two Clefs in common use: the G Clef (Treble; 

and the F Clef (Base), if W? 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC 



§ XXXIV. The G clef, which signifies G, is placed on the second line. 

^ XXXV. The F clef, which signifies F, is placed on the fourth line. 

§ XXXVI. When the G clef is used, the sound one is written on the 
added line below (C); and when the F clef is used, it is written on the 
second space (C). 

Example 1. The Scale, G clef, ascending and descending. 



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3E 





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1- 


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1 


J -&- 


<2> 












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l 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


8 


7 


6 


5 


4 


3 


2 


1 


c 


D 


E 


F 


G 


A 


B 


C 


C 


B 


A 


G 


F 


E 


D 


C 




Do 


Re 


Mi 


Fa 


Sol 


La 


Si 


Do 


Do 


Si 


La 


Sol 


Fa 


Mi 


Ke 


Do 



Example 2. The Scale, F clef, ascending and descending. 



1 




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-O- 





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c 

Do 


2 
D 
Re 


3 
E 

Mi 


4 
F 
Fa 


6 
G 

Sol 


6 
A 
La 


7 
B 

Si 


8 
C 
Do 


8 
C 
Do 


7 
B 

Si 


6 
A 
La 


5 
G 

Sol 


4 
F 
Fa 


3 
E 

Mi 


2 
D 
Re 


1 

C 
Do. 



QUESTIONS. 

What is that character called, which represents the pitch of sounds? — Is the staff a rhythmical, me- 
iodic or dynamic character T Why ? — How many lines are there in the staff? How many spaces? — 
What is each line and space of the staff called? — How many degrees does the staff contain? — (Point- 
ing to the staff,) Which line is this? Space? &.c. — (Pointing to the staff,) Which degree of the staff 
is this? &c. — What is the space above the staff called? Space below? — If lines are added below the 
staff, what are they called? If added above the Staff, what are they called? — Where upon the staff is 
one usually written ? Where two ? Three? &c. — What letter is one ? Two? Three ?&c — What 
syllable is one ? Two ? Three ? Slc— On what other degree of the staff, besides the added line be- 
ow, is one often written ?— How can we tell whether one be written on the added line below, or on 
the second space 1 — How many clefs are there? — What are they called? — What does the G clef sig- 
nify? — What does the F clef signify? — If the G clef is used, where must one be written? — If theF 
;lef is ased, where must one be wri ■♦en ? 



CHAPTER V. 

RHYTHM VARIETIES OF MEASURE 

§ XXXVII. Each kind of time may have as many varieties as there are dif- 
ferent notes. These varieties are obtained by the use of the different notes 
on each part of the measure. 

§ XXXVIII. Time is marked by figures which express the number of parts 
and contents of the measure; the upper figure or numerator showing the 
number of parts, or kind of time; and the lower figure or denominator de- 
noting the particular note used on each part of the measure, or the variety 
of time. 

Examples of some of the common varieties of measure. 

aTU I lal I I III I I ISTi i I II I I I 1 41 I I I I i I 



Note. Other varieties also may be used ; as, 



3 SI3 3 
1 8 8 16 



4 4 4 

3 8 16 



6 6 

3 8 



&.C. 



Note. It is to be observed, that notes have no positive, but only a relative length. The example 
2-2 is not necessarily either slower or quicker than 2-4 ; 3-2 is neither slower nor quicker than 3-8, 
&c. The different varieties of time in each of the above examples ore practically the same. To the 
eye they are different, to the ear alike. 

QUESTIONS. 

How many kinds of time are there 7 — How many varieties in each kind of time ? — How are the 
different varieties of time obtained ? — By which figure is the kind of lime designated t — By which 
figure is the variety of time designated ? — What is the upper figure (numerator) for? — What is the 
lower figure (denominator) for ?— -Do the different varieties of time differ to the ear, or to the eye onlyt 
— What does the numerator express (or number) ? — What does the denominator express (or denomi- 
nate)? — Suppose the figures to be 4-4, what two notes will fill a measure ? What one note? Whal 
four ? &.c. 

Note. Similar questions may also be asked in reference to the different kinds and varieties of tune 



8 



ELEMENTS OF 

CHAPTER V. 



RHYTHM DIFFERENT NOTES APPLIED TO THE DIFFERENT VARIE- 
TIES OF MEASURE; AND DIFFERENT NOTES IN THE SAME 
MEASURE. 
§ XXXIX. Different notes may occur in every variety of measure. 

PRACTICAL EXERCISES. Syllable la. 
2 <S> O \ • 0\00000000\ & I 

■■*i r li i i ilii ii i r n I 



2. 



J U U I b==d b=d ==! 



<§ XL. Different notes may occur in the same measure. 
PRACTICAL EXERCISE. 





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($ XLI. The singing may commence on some other part of the measure 
than the first. 

PRACTICAL EXERCISE. 



4 



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a 



CHAPTER VII. 



RHYTHMICAL CLASSIFICATION ; OR PRIMITIVE AND DERIVED RELA- 
TIONS, OR FORMS OF MEASURE. ONE NOTE TO EACH PART 
OF THE MEASURE. SIMPLE FORMS. 

§ XLII. When each part of a measure is occupied by the particular note 
designated by the figure denoting the variety of time, the measure is said 



VOCAL MUSIC. 

to be in its primitive relation. Thus, if the denominator be 2, the primitive 
relation of the measure is halves; if 4, quarters; if 8, eighths, &c. Such 
forms of measure with their derivatives are called Simple Relations. The 
primitive note is taken as a standard by which to determinethe length of 
others. 

Note. By relation is meant the form or order of filling a measure. 

^ XLIII. Derived relations, or forms, are obtained from the primitive 
relation, by uniting two or more parts of the measure. 

EXAMPLE. 

Quarter Relations. 

First Clnss. Second Class. Third Class. 



Primitive. A 

21 
1st Derivative. O 



r r 



2d Derivative. 



r 



3d Derivative. O 



r r 
r r 










r r r 
r r 



Note. It will be observed that in the first class the anion commences with the first part of the 
measure ; in the second class it commences with the second part, &c. The second derivative in the 
third class, may be considered as irregular. Other simple forms, or relations, should be exhibited to 
the school, as 4-2, 3-2, 3-4, 4-8, 3-8, &c. This subject should be well understood. 



PRACTICAL EXERCISES, in different Rhythmical Forms. 




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Zj^rjz nsaE r p^g--. 



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221 




ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC 




4 



W± 



22 



1= 



-Gh- 



gE^g^gT 



Let us witn a joy - ful mind, Praise the Lord, for he is kind ; 



g g 



:# 



g--F— ^ 



S=ii 



For his mer - cies shall en - dure Ev - er faith - ful, cv - e r sure. 

QUESTIONS. 

When is a measure said to he in Us primitive form? — What is the primitive form of the measure 
marked 4-4 7— What is the primitive (orm of the measure marked 4-2? 4-8 ? 3 4 1 3-2 4-16 I 
&c. — Why is the primitive form of any measure called so ? Ans. liecause it is just what is expressed 
hv the figures. [It is also the most natural and easy form in which the measure can appear.] — What are 
all other forms of measure besides the primitive called ?— How are derived forms obtained from the 
primitive? — How many derivatives are there in Ihe first class? Second ? Third ? — What is peculiar 
to the derivatives of the first class ? Second ? — What is peculiar to the first derivative of the third 
class ? — Why is the second derivative in the third class called irregular ? — How can derived forms be 
reduced to primitive ?— When a note commences on an unaccented part of a measure, and is con- 
tinued on an accented part of the measure, what is it called 7 Ans. Syncopated note. — In which class 
are syncopated notes found 7 

Note. It is thought unnecessary to repeat the questions for different kinds, or varieties of mea- 
sure, as 3-4, 3-2. 4 2, 4-8, &c. If die principle be understood, it can easily be applied to these 
and other varieties of measure. 



CHAPTER VIII. 

QUARTER, HALF AND WHOLE RESTS. TIED NOTES. 

$ XLIV. When a measure, or part of a measure is to be passed over in 
■iience, it is indicated by a character called a Rest 
5j XLV. Each note has its corresponding Rest 



Quarter Rests. 



EXAMPLE. 

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Whole Rest. 



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QUESTIONS. 

When a measure or part of a measure is passed over in sileuce, what is it called 7 — What are those 
characters called, which indicate silence 7— Are rests rhythmical, melodic, or dynamic characters 7 
Why 7 — How many kinds of rests are there ? 

Note. Exercise at present, only on whole, half, and quarter rests. 

PRACTICAL EXERCISES. Rhythm and Melody. The scale with rests 




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PRACTICAL EXERCISES. 







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CHAPTER IX. 

DEGREES. PIANO, MEZZO AND FORTE. 



{$ XLVII. Mezzo. A sound produced by the ordinary exertion of the 
vocal organs, is a medium or middle sound; it is called mezzo, (pronounced 
met-zo) and is marked m. 

^ XLVIII. Piano. A sound produced by some restraint of the vocal 
organs, is a soft sound; it is called piano, (pronounced pee-dn-o) and is 
marked p. 

§ XLIX. Forte. A sound produced by a strong or full exertion of the 
vocal organs, is a loud sound; it is called forte, and is marked/! 

Note. Mezzo, Piano and Forte are Italian words, which, by long usage, have become technical 
terms in music, and are used by all nations. 



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c$ JL. Pianissimo. If a sound is produced by a very small, but careful 
exertion of the vocal organs, softer than piano, yet so loud as to be a good 
audible sound, it is called pianissimo, (pronounced pee-an-is-si-mo) and is 
marked pp. 

<$ LI. Fortissimo. If a sound is produced with still greater exertion of 
the vocal organs than is required for forte, but not so loud as to degenerate 
into a scream, it is called fortissimo, and is marked ff. 




EXERCISES. 



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What ii the iUrd distinction in musical sounds 1 — What is the department called, which arises out 
of this distinction ? — What is the subject of Dynamics ? — When a sound is neither loud nor soft, what 
i* it called ? How marked .' — When a sound is suit, what is it called ? How marked J — When a sound 
is loud, what is it called ? How marked 7— If a sound is very soft, what is it called ? How marked ? — 
If a sound is very loud, what is it called ? How marked ?— What does Piano, or P signify 1 — What 
does Forte, or F signify 1 — What does Mezzo, or M signify? — What does Pianissimo, or PP signify? 
— What does Fortissimo, or FF signify ? 

CHAPTER X. 

LESSONS IN WHICH THE VARIOUS SOUNDS OF THE SCALE PROCEED, 
NOT ACCORDING TO THEIR REGULAR ORDER OF PROGRESSION, 
BUT BY SKIPS. 

§LII. One and three. With these two sounds the following changes 
may be produced: 1 3, 3 1. 



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QUESTIONS. 

In the use of one and three, how many changes may he produced ? What are they? Ans. 1 3 and 
3 1. Sing them. — How many changes may Be produced with 1, 3 and 5, provided we commence 
with 1 7 VV hat are they7 Ans. 13 5, and 15 3. Sing them. — How many changes may be produced, 
beginning with 3 7 What are they 7 Ans. 3 15, and 3 5 1. Sing them. — How many changes, be- 
ginning with 5 7 What are they 7 Ans. 5 1 3, and 5 3 1. Sing them. — How many changes may be 
produced with 13 5 and 8, beginning with 1 7 What are they 7 Sing them. — How many, beginning 
with 3 7 What are they 7 Sing them. — How many, beginning with 5 7 What arc they 7 Sing them. 
—How many, beginning with 8? What are they? Sing them. — To what sound does 7 naturally lead? 
Ans. 8. — What sound must we think of, to enable us to sing 7 right ? Ans. 8. — What sound is a guide 
to 7t — To what sound does 4 lead ? Ans. 3. — What sound is a guide to 4? — What sound will guide 
lo 2 ? Ans. 1 or 3.— What sound will guide to 6? Ans. 5. 



CHAPTER XI. 

EXTENSION OF THE SCALE, AND CLASSIFICATION OF VOICES. 

§ LIX. When sounds above eight are sung, eight is to be regarded as 
me of an upper scale. 

§ LX. When sounds below one are sung, one is to be regarded as eight 
jf a lower scale. PRACTICAL EXERCISES. 




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^> LXI. The human voice is naturally divided into four classes, viz: low- 
;«t male voices, or Base; highest male voices, o.r Tenor; lowest female 
voices, or Alto; highest female voices, or Treble. Boys, before their 
voices change, sine the Alto. * 



Note. Besides the above distinctions, there rs also the Baritose, between the Base and Tenot 
and the Mezzo Soprano, between the Alto and Treble. 

<§, LXI1. The following example exhibits the usual compass of the human 
voice, and also that of the different parts, as Base, Tenor, Alto, Treble 









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§ LXIII. The Treble or G clef is used for the Alto, and often for the 
Tenor; but when used for the Tenor it denotes G an octave lower than 
when used for the Treble or Alto. The following example exhibits the 
common use of the clefs. 



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QUESTIONS. 

When sounds above 8 are sung, is what arc we to regard 8 ?— When sounds below 1 are sung, as 
what axe we to regard 1? — Into how many classes is the human voice divided I — What arc the lowest 
male voices calleif? What are the highest called ?— What are the lowest female voices called ? What 
are the highest called 1 

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CHAPTER XII 

THE CHROMATIC SCALE. 

§ LXIV. Between those sounds of the scale which are a step distant, 
there may be an intermediate sound a half-step distant from each; thus, 
intermediate sounds may occur between 1 and 2, 2 and 3, 4 and 5, 5 and 6, 
and 6 and 7; but not between 3 and 4, and 7 and 8, because the intervals 
between those sounds are already half-steps, and there is no smaller prac- 
ticable interval. 

§ LXV. The notes representing intermediate sounds may be written on 
the same degree of the staff* with either of the sounds between which they 
occur. Thus the note representing the sound between 1 and 2 may be writ- 
ten upon the same degree of the staff as either of these sounds. 

^ LXV1. When the note representing an intermediate sound is written 
on the same degree of the staff as the lower of the two sounds between which 
it occurs, a sign of elevation called a Sharp (#) is placed before it, and the 
note, or letter, or sound is said to be sharped: as, Sharp one, Sharp two, kc 
or C#, D#, &.c. A sharp raises the pitch of a note a half-step. 

<§ LXVII. When the note representing an intermediate sound is written 
on the same degree of the staff as the upper of the two sounds between 
which it occurs, a sign of depression called a Flat ([)) is placed before it, 
and the note, or letter, or sound is said to be flatted : as, Flat seven, Flat 
six, &c. or BJ), A\), kc. A flat lowers the pitch of a note a half-step. 

SjDXVIII. In the application of syllables to the sharped sounds, the vowel 
sound is changed to ee. Thus sharp one is di, (pronounced dee,) sharp two 
ri, &.c. In the application of syllables to the flatted sounds, the vowel sound 
is changed to a. Thus the flat seven is se, (pronounced sa,) flat six le, &c 

<"} LXIX. A scale of thirteen sounds, including all the intermediate sounds 
and twelve intervals of a half-step each, is called the Chromatic Scale. 



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§ LXX. A sharp or a Hat affects the letter on which it is placed through- 
out the measure in which it occurs. 

EXAMPLE. 




Note. In the above example (he sharp affects both Cs in the first measure, but not the C in the 
•econd measure. 

$ LXXI. When a sharped or flatted note is continued on the same de- 
gree of the staff from one measure to another without any intervening note, 
the influence of the sharp or flat is also continued. 

EXAMPLE. 



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away the effect of either of these characters, a character <alled a Natural 
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§ LXXIII. A sharped note naturally leads to the next degree above it, 
and a flatted note to the next degree below it. Hence it is easy to sing a 
sharped note in connexion with the note next above it, and a flatted note in 
connexion with the note next below it. 

PRACTICAL EXERCISE. 




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Note. Tunes in the key of C may now be introduced. 

QUESTIONS 



Between what sounds of the scalp may intermediate sounds be produced 7 Ans. 1 and 2, 2 and ! 
4 and 5, 5 and G, and 6 and 7. — Why can there not he an intermediate sound between 3 and 4, and | 
and 8? — What is the sign of elevation railed, by which intermediate sounds arc indirated 7 — What 
the sign of depression railed, by which intermediate sounds ;irr indicated ' -When a sharp is place! 
before a note, how much higher is its sound 7 — When a flat i- placed before n note. h<--»- much low| 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC 



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Is Iti sound 7— What is ihe intermediate sound between 1 and 2 called, when it derives its name from 
1 1 Ans. fll. What letter ? Ans. C{J.— What is it called, when it derives its name from 2 ? Ans. 
2. What letter? Ans. D|?. (Note. Ask similar questions with respect to the other sounds.)— 
Jy what character is the ascending chromatic scale formed ?— Ry what character is the descending 
chromatic scale formed ?— Are flats and sharps rhythmical, melodic, or dynamic characters ?— Does a 



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sharped soimd naturally lead upwards, or downwards?— To what does |£ lead? &c— Docs a flat- 
tened sound naturally lead upwards, or downwards?— To what does >7 lead? &c— Which is tne guide 
to a sharped sound 7— Which is the guide to a flailed sound 7— What is the guide to JJ-l ? <kc— U hat 
is rbe guule to h7 ? &c— How far does the influence of a flat or sharp extend 7 Ans. Through the 
measure in which il occurs. — Under what circumstances does the influence of a sharp, or flat, extend 
beyond the measure in which il occurs 7 Ans. When the same sound is continued from measure to 
measure.— When it is necessary to take away Uie effect of a sharp or flat, what character is used ? 



CHAPTER XIII. 

DIATONIC INTERVALS. 

^ LXXIV. In addition to those intervals called Steps and half-steps be- 
longing to the scale in its natural progression, there are also other intervals 
occasioned by skipping; as, Seconds, Thirds, Fourths, Fifths, Sixths, 
Sevenths and Octaves 

§ LXXV. Intervals are always reckoned from the lower sound upwards, 
unless otherwise expressed. 

DIATONIC INTERVALS. 

Notk. Diatonic, because they are produced by skips in the diatonic scale. 

§ LXXVI. Two sounds being the same pitch, are called Unison. 

§ LXXVII. When the voice proceeds from any sound to that on the next 
degree of the staff, the interval is called a Second; .as from 1 to 2, 2 to 3, 
&c. 

$ LXXVIII. When the voice skips over one degree, the interval is called 
a Third; as from 1 to 3, 2 to 4, &c. 

§ LXXIX. When the voice skips over two degrees, the interval is called 
a Fourth; as from 1 to 4, 2 to 5, &.c. 

^ LXXX. When the voice skips over three degrees, the interval is called 
a Fifth; as from 1 to 5, 2 to 6, &c. 

§ LXXXI. When the voice skips over four degrees, tho interval is called 
a Sixth, as from 1 to 6, 2 to 7, &.c. 



§ LXXXII. When the voice skips over five degrees, the interval is called 
a Seventh; as from 1 to 7, 2 to 8, &.c. 

§ LXXXIII. When the voice skips over six degrees, the interval is called 
an Octave; as from 1 to 8, 2 to 9, &.c. 

QUESTIONS. 

When two sounds are both the same pitch, what are they called ? Ans. Unison. — When we pro- 
ceed from any note to that which is written on the next degree of the staff, what is the interval called? 
Ans. Second. — When we skip over one degree of the staff, what is the interval called? Ant. Third, 
When we skip two degrees ? Fourth. When we skip three degrees 7 Fifth. When we skip four de- 
grees? Sixth. When we skip five degrees? Seventh. When we skip six degrees? Eighth, or Octav* 



CHAPTER XIV. 

MAJOR AND MINOR INTERVALS. 

Note. This chapter may, if thought best, be omitted. 

§LXXXIV. Seconds. 

1. A second consisting of a half-step, is a minor second. 

2. A second consisting of a step, is a major second. 
§LXXXV. Thirds. 

1. A third consisting of a step and a half-step, is minor. 

2. A third consisting of two steps, is major. 
§LXXXVI. Fourths. 

1 . A fourth consisting of two steps and one half-step, is a perfect 

fourth. 

2. A fourth consisting of three steps, is a sharp fourth 
^LXXXVII. Fifths. 

1. A fifth consisting of two steps and two half-steps, is a flat fifth 

2. A fifth consisting of three steps and a half-step, is a perfect fifth. 
§LXXXVIII. Sixths. 

1. A sixth consisting of three steps and two half-steps, is minor. 

2. A sixth consisting of four steps and a half-step, is major 
^LXXXIX. Sevenths. 

1. A seventh consisting of four steps and two half-steps, is a flat 

seventh. 

2. A seventh consisting of five steps and one halt-step, is a sharp 

seventh. 



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<S XC. Octava An octave consists of Jive steps and two half-steps. 

§ XCI. Minor intervals altered to major. If the lower note of any 
minor interval be flatted, or the upper one sharped, the interval becomes 
major. 

§ XCII. Major intervals altered to minor. If the lower note of any 
major interval be sharped, or the upper one flatted, the interval becomes 
minor. 

§ XCIII. Extreme sharp intervals. If the lower note of any major 
interval be flatted, or the upper one sharped, the interval becomes super- 
fluous, or extreme sharp. 

^ XCIV. Extreme flat intervals. If the lower note of any minor 
interval be sharped, or the upper one flatted, the interval becomes dimin- 
ished or ixtreme flat. 

QUESTIONS. 

!f a second consists of a half-step, what is it called ? Ans. Minor Second. — If n second consists of 
a step, what is it called? Major Second. — If a third consists of a step and a half-step, what is it called? 
— If a third consists of two steps, what is it called.' — If a fourth consists of two steps and one half-step, 
what is it called .' — If a fourth consists of three steps, what is it called ? — If a fifth consists of two steps 
and two half-steps, what is it called? — If a fifth consists of three steps and one half-step, what is it called? 
— If a siztli consists of three steps and two half-steps, what is it called 7 — If a sixth consists of Jour 
steps and one half-step, what is U called ? — If a seventh consists of four steps and ttoo half steps, what 
is it called ? — If a seventh cousists of five steps and one halj'-step, what is it called ? — If an octave con- 
sists of five steps and two half-steps, what is it called ? Minor Intervals altered to Major. If the 

lower sound of any minor interval be flatted, what does the interval become? — If the upper sound of 

any minor interval he sharped, what docs it become ? Major Intervals altered to Minor. If the 

lower sound of any major interval be sharped, what does the interval become 1 — If the upper sound 

«f any major interval be flatted, what docs the interval become ? Extreme Sharp Intervals. If 

the lower sound of any major interval be flatted, what does the interval become 1 — If the upper sound 

of any major interval be sharped, what does the interval become '! Extreme Flat Intervals. If the 

lower sound of any minor interval be sharped, what docs the interval oecoine? — If the upper sound of 
luiy minor interval be flatted, what does the interval become '/ 

CHAPTER XV. 

RHYTHMICAL CLASSIFICATION. TWO NOTES TO EACH PART OF THE 
MEASURE, OR COMPOUND FORMS. EIGHTH RESTS. TRIPLETS. 
REPEAT. 

$ XCV. When two or more notes come to each part of a measure, they 
are to be considered as constituting the primitive form of the measure, and 



are to be taken as the stanaard by which to determine the length of longer 
notes. Such forms of measure with their derivatives are called Compound 
Relations, or Compound Forms of Measure. 

EXAMPLE. 

Eighth Relations 



First Class. 


Second Class. 


Third Class. 


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Note. Other examples may be exlu'hitcd on the Rlack Hoard, as Quarters in 4-2, or 3-2, &c. 

§ XCVI. Eighth Rests. *] *] -j 

§ XCVII. Three notes are sometimes sung to one beat, or part of 8 
measure. The figure 3 is placed over such notes, and they are ca led 
Triplets. 

§ XCVIII. Repeat. Dots across the staff" require the repetition of the 
strain. 

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RHYTHMICAL CLASSIFICATION. FOUR NOTES TO EACH PART OF THE 
MEASURE. COMPOUND FORMS. DOUBLE DOTS. SIXTEENTH RESTS. 



$ XCIX. See § XCV. EXAMPLE. 

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adds to it one fourth of the note, or one half of the first dot 

§ CI. Sixteenth Rests. "-1 »1 3 

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CHAPTER XVII. 

DYNAMIC TONES. 

§ CII. Organ Tone. A sound which is commenced, continued and ended 
with an equal degree of power, is called an organ tone. ( ) 

§ CIII. Crescendo. A sound commencing soft arid gradually increasing 
to loud, is called crescendo, (cres. or -=d ) 

§ CIV. Diminuendo. A sound commencing loud and gradually dimin- 
ishing to soft, is called diminuendo, (dim. or :==-) 

$ CV. Swell. An union of the crescendo and diminuendo, produces the 

SWELLING TONE, Or SWELL. (-=C^=- ) 
Note. Sing the scale very slow, (ah,) applying the swell. 

$ CVI. Pressure Tone. A very sudden crescendo, or swell, is called a 
pressure tone. (< or O* 



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great force, and instantly diminished, is called an explosive tone; also 

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QUESTIONS. 

When a sound is begun, continued, and ended, with an eoual degree of power, what is it called 7 — 
When a sound is begun soft, and gradually increased to loud, what is it called ? — When a sound is be- 
gun loud, and gradually diminished to soft, what is it called? — When the crescendo u tinted to the 
diminuendo, what is it called ? — What is a very sudden crescondo called T — What is a verr sodde* 
diminish called ? 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



CHAPTER XVIII. 

TRANSPOSITION OF THE SCALE. 

§ C1X When C is taken as one, as it has always been hitherto, the 
•cale is said to be in its natural position ; but either of the other letters may 
>e taken as one, in which case the scale is said to be transposed. 

§ CX. As one is the basis of the scale, the foundation on which it rests, 
so the letter which is taken for this sound is called the key. Thus, if the 
scale be in its natural position, it is said to be in the key of C; if G be taken 
as one, the scale is in the key of G, &c. By the key of C, is meant that C 
is one of the scale, or that the scale is based on C ; by the key of G is meant 
that G is one of the scale, &c. 

§ CXI In transposing the scale the proper order of the intervals (steps 
and half-steps) must be preserved. Thus, the interval must always be a 
step from one to two, and from two to three, a half-step from three to four 
a step from four to five, from five to six, and from six to seven, and a half-step 
from seven to eight. 

5) CX1I. The interval from one letter to another is always the same and 
cannot be changed ; thus it is always a step from C to D, and from D toE a 
half-step from EtoF.a step from F to G, from G to A, and from A to B 
and a half step from B to C. In the transposition of the scale, therefore it 
becomes necessary to introduce sharps and flats, or to substitute sharped 
>r flatted letters for the natural letters, so as to preserve the proper order 
n the intervals. r ' 

$ CXIII. First transposition by sharps; from C to G, a fifth higher, or a 
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■^XTTF ^ Subst ;f U i e U F * for F - Th e sharp is placed immediately" 
after the clef, and is called the sigxatuae (sign) of the key: thus the si/- 

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^ en u as ,one ?-fe"PPose G be taken as one. in whal key would the scale bfl thru 7_Wha ,s 
meant by the key oIC ? TJ 7 E I F I & ,— When any olhe/letter than C £ token won. what 
said of the scale 7-Tn what key is the scale, when in it* natural position I-In tra,,-.,,.,.,,,.. tt „. 
« ha. m , s , „e he carefut to preserve unaltered ?-Wbat must thelnterva] alwayVbeTfiWlt 

■ f k '" ' S ."' e mte ™d,always, from C to 1) ( l» to E 1 &c.-HoW can the order of the" 

intervals be preserved in transposing the scale ?-What is the first transposition of the scale us ,av 

™ d u C? r H 7' "T\ '"r Her ' S (J ' " ,a " C '- How """' ll '""'" '« r '- "'"'<■ '-"'hat is RSre 
to the key of G ?-\V hat is tee signature to the key of C I-Why is F sharped in the key o? i 1 
Wha sound has the key of G. that the key of C has no, T-What sound has .lie key of C Ha hekev 

ofG has not ?-ll„w many sounds have the keys of C and G in ,■„,„ I-What letter is 1 , , he 

key of C -\\ , !; , sound ,s ('. ,n the key of G U What letter is 'J. in the key ... c f-WhS ''„,,* 
I). ,„ the key ofG f-[NoTE, Similar questions on the other letter and nds.l-lo translS the 

with 4 m h,s case .'-What do,-, ujis sharped 4th become in the new key ol G l-What effect Tdoes 
sharpmg the 4th have on ,1 Je f_What must be done in order to transpose U>« scale a 5th 7 



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then, in transposing from G to D7 — What is the signature to the key of D? — What letters are sharp 
ed t Why? — How much higher is the key of G, than the key of C f — How much higher is the key of 
V, than the key of G 7 — What letter is 6, in the key of C 7 — What sound is A, in the key of G 7 — 
What sound is A, in the key of D ? — [Note. Similar questions should be asked of other letters and 
sounds.] — What sound has the key of G, that the key of D has not? — What sound has the key of D, 
that the key of G has not 7 — How many sounds have the keys of G and D in common 7 — How many 
sounds have the keys of C and D in common 7 

§ CXVI. Third transposition by sharps; from D to A, a fifth higher, or 
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In transposing from D to A 7 — What is the signature lo the key of A ? — What letters are sharper/? — 
How much higher is the key of A, than D ? — How much higher is the key of I) than G ? — How much 
higher is the key of G, than" C ? — What sound is 1), in the key of C ? — What sound is I), in the key of 
D ? — What sound is I), in the key of A J— What sound has the key of A, that D has not ? — What 
sound has the key of I), that A lias not 7 — How many sounds have the keys of A and 1) in common ? 

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transposing from A to E! — What is the signature to the key of El — What letters are sharped/ Why? 
— How much higher is the key of K, than the key of A? — [Note Other questions may be asked 
similar to those under the 1st, 2d and 3d transpositions. 

§ CXVIII. Fifth transposition by sharps. Key of B. Five sharps: F# 
C#, G#, D# and A#. (Same as C|>.) 

5)CXIX. Sixth transposition by sharps. Key of F#. Six sharps: F*ff, 
C#, G#, D# f A# and E#. (Same as G[,.) 

^ CXX. Seventh transposition by sharps. Key of C-f*. Seven sharps. 
F#, Crf, G#, D£, A#, Etf and B*=. (Same as D\>.) 

§ CXXI. Eighth transposition by sharps. Kev of Gtf Eight sharps* 
F#, Cir, G$, D#, A*, E#, B# and F*. (Same as Afc.) 

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QUESTIONS. 

What key is a fifth higher than E J — What is the signature to the key of B ? — What letters are 
sharped in the key of B '(—What key is a fifth higher U.aii B ?— What is the signature to the key of 
(■'{j 7— What letters are sharped in the key ol F# ? — What key is a fifth higher than Kj}? — What is the 
signature to the key of ("jj? — What letters are sharped in the key of Cf}?— What key is a fifth higher 
tliTin ( 'G f— What is the signature to the key of G{} ? — What letters are sharped in the key of GJ} ? — 
F having been sharped belore, what is it called when it is sharped again ? 

§ CXXIII. The scale may be still further transposed by double sharps, 
but it is unnecessary, inasmuch as the same variety can be more easily 
obtained by transposition by flats. The keys beyond E are seldom used. 

§ CXXIV. It \\"ill be observed that in each of the foregoing transpositions I 
the scale has been removed a fifth, (or a fourth downwards,) and that at 
each transposition a new sharp on the fourth has been found necessary. 
Mence the following Rule: The sharp fourth transposes the scale a fifth. 

§ CXXV. First transposition by flats; from C to F, a fourth higher, or a 
fifth lower. 

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§ CXXVI. Signature. To preserve the proper order of intervals from 
three to four, and from four to five, in the above transposition of the scale, 
it is necessary to substitute B[? for B. The flat is placed immediately after 
the clef, and is called the Signature; thus the signature of the key of F 
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§ CLVIII. Tie. A character called a tie is used to show how many 
notes are to be sang to one syllable. It is also used to denote the legato 
style. (, s) 

§ CLIX. Pause. When a note is to be prolonged beyond its usual 
time, a character (/<^) called a pause is placed over or under it. 

§ CLX. Double Bar. A double bar / I \ shows the end of a strain 
of the music, or of a line of the poetry. \ | / 

§ CLXI. Brace. A brace is used to connect the staves on which the 
different parts are written. 

§ CLXII. Direct. The direct (w=) is sometimes used at the end of a 
ttaff to show on what degree the first note of the following staff* is placed. 



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fered sized notes, or they may be sung in two parts (responsive or conversational) as follows: tn« 
Base and Tenor sing the large, and the Alto and Treble the small (answering) notes ; or, the Alto 
and Treble sing the large, and the Base and Tenor the small (answering) notes. 

Thirds. 



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and Treble sing the large, and the Base and Tenor the small (answering) notes. 

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EXPLANATION OF MUSICAL TERMS 



A An Italian preposition, meaning to, in, by, at, &c. 
icfZ^o.°'^e^m^ time, gradually fcste, and faster. 
Aecressimente. Increase, augmentatioB. 
A^Zni^e Sup^ve of adagio, meaning very slow. 

Adagio ***** or Mo " - Very slow " 
Ad Libitum. At pleasure. 
Aesthetics. The science of taste 
' Affetuoso. Tender and affecting. 
Agitato. With agitation. 
Alia. In the style of. 4 

J//o Bret>«. A variety of common time- 2 
Alia Capella. In church style. 
Allegramenle. Rather quick. 
Allegretto. Less quick taan Allegro. 
AllegrUsimo. Very quick. 
X7< iro. Quick. 

Alt 1 rro Assai. Very quick. . 

^//, jro con Fuoco. Uuick and animated. 
Allegro di Motto. Exceedingly quick. 
Allegro Furioso. Rapid and vehement. . 
Atelro ma non Presto. Quick, but not extremely so. 
I \ -r U ma non troppo. Quick hut not too quick. 
Allegro Vivace. Very quick and lively. 
Allentando. See Rallentando. 
Amabile. In a gentle and tender style. 
JS£. A lover but not a professor of music 
Amoroso ot Con Amore. Affectionately, tenderly. 
Andante. Gentle, distinct, and rather slow, yet connected. 
Aniantino. Somewhat quicker than andante. 
inimato or Con Anima. With fervent, animated expression. 
inimo,oT Con Animo. With spirit, courage, and boldness. 
Antiphone Music sung in alternate parts. 
A piacere. At pleasure. 
A Pnro Piti Lento. Somewhat slower. 
A Poco Piu Mosso. Quicker and with more emotion. 
Areata, Areata, Area, or Cot Arco. Wtth the bow. 
Ardilo With ardor und spirit. 
Aria. Air. Arietta. A little air or melody. 
Arioso. In a light, airy, singing manner. 
Arveesio. Not together but in quick succession. 
2!?of Very, more or much ; as Allegro Assai, or Adagio Assai. 
A lev po. In time. 
A fmpo giusto. In strict and exact time. 



Paritone, or Barytone. Between the Base and Tenor. 

Rnit„m The beat, the beat of the measure. 

Bent p'laelto A phrase which gives liberty to introduce ornaments 

or to vary from the text. 
Ben Marcato. In a pointed and well marked manner. 

B&jTTmf, requiring great .pirit and volubility of execution. 
Brillanit Brilliant, jay, shining, sparkling. 



Brio or Brioso. Fervor, warmth, ardor. 

Cadence. Closing strain; also a fanciful, extemporaneous embellish 

raent at the close of a song. j„„. 

Cadenza. Same as the second use of cadence. See Cadence. 
Calando. Softer and slower. 
Calcando. Pressing on, hurrying. 
Calmato. With calmness, tranquillity, repose. 
Cantabile. Graceful singing style. A pleasing flowing melody. 
Cantante. To be executed by the voice. 
Cantata. A vocal composition of several movements. 
Cantando. In a singing manner. 
Cantilena. The melody or air. 

Canto. The treble part in a chorus „„,„.„ 

Canto Firmo, or Can'us Ff raiis. A plain chant or melody. 
Capella. Chapel. Alia Capella. In church style. 
Cavatina or Cavata. An air of only one movement. 
CAoir. A company or band of singers ; also that part of a church 

appropriated to the singers. 
Choral. A slow psalm tune, mostly in notes of equal length. 
Chorist. or Chorister. A member of n choir of singers. 
Coda An end or finish. In this work the term coda is applied to short 
phrases placed at the end of a tune designed sometimes for a 
close, and sometimes for an interlude between the stanzas ol a 
hymn. , . 

Col, or Con. With. Col Arco With the bow. 
Colla Parle. With the part. 

Camodo, or Commodo. In an easy and unrestrained manner. 
Con Afetto. With expression. 
Con Brio. With fervor. 
Concitato. Disturbed, agitated. 
Con Dolcessa. With delicacy. 

Con Dolorr, or Con Duolo. With mournful expression. 
Conductor? One who superintends a musical performance. Same as 

Music Director. 
Con Eleganza. With elegance. 
Con Energico. With energy. 
Con Expressions With expression. 
Con FUssibilita. With flexibility, or freedom ol voice. 
Con Fuoco. With ardor, fire, 
Con Furia. With fury, perturbation. 
Con Grazia. With grace and elegance 
Con Impeto. With force, energy. 
Con Justo. With chaste exactness. 
Con Jtfofo. With emotion. 
Con Solemnita. With solemnity. 
Con Spirito. With spirit, animation. 
Con Stromenti. With instruments. 
Contralto. The loweit female voice 
Coro. Chorus. 



Da Capo. From the beginning m__ , fc _ 

Decani. The Priests, in contra-dutinction to the lay or ordinary cho? 

isters. 
Declamando. In the style of declamation. 
Decrescendo. Diminishing, decreasing. 
Delicalamente, a Delicato. With delicacy 
Dettsus. The Treble. 

Devozione. Devotional. _,„„.i. 

Dilettante. A lover of the arts in general, or a loTer of mono 
Diligenza. Diligence, care. 
Di Molto. Much or very. 
Divoto. Devotedly, devoutly. 
Dolce. Sort, sweet, tender, delicate. 
Dolcemente, Dolcessa, or Dolcissimo. Bee Dolce. 
Dolenle, or Doloroso. Mournful. 



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Elegante. Elegance. 

Energico, or Con Energia. With energy. 

Espressivo. Expressive. 

Esrtnie or Estinto. Dying away in time and fece. 

Fermato. With firmness and decision. 
Fieramenle. Bold, with vehemence. 
Fine, Fin, or Finale. The end. 
Flebile. Tenderly, mournfully. 
Focoso, or Con Fuoco. With fire. 

Vnrmndo forz. or /i. See Sforzando. 

Fugue or Fuga A composition which repeats, or sustains m Its eev 
*eral parts throughout, the subject with which- it commence., and 
which is often led offby some one of its parts. 

Fugato. In the fugue style. 

Fughelto. AshortruRue. 

Fu'rtoso, or Con Furia. With vehemence and agitation. 

Giusto. In just and steady time 

Glissando, or Glissato. In a gliding manner 

Grazioso, Smoothly, gracefully. 

Grandioso, or Gran Gu«ro. In a grand style 

Grave. A slow and solemn movement. 

Graziosamente, or Con Grazia. , 8 J e ,. G ™ I '" s "\ ,._,„_ 

Gus'o, Gustoso, or Con Gu*<o. With taste, elegantly. 

Impetuoso. With impetuosity. 

/mm-p^ario The Conductor of a Concert._ ... 

Senior /nnocenre menre. In an artless and simple .tyto. 

Intrada or Introduzione. Introduction 

/sresso. The same ; as, Istesso tempo, the same time. 

Lacrimondo, or iocrimewo. Mournful, pa AeMc. ^ 

Lament evole, Lamentando, Lamentabile. Mournfully. 
Larghissimo. Extremely slow. 
Larghetlo. Slow, but not so slow as Largo. 
Largo. Slow. 



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Largo di molto. Very slow. 

Legato. Close, gliding, connected style. 

Legatissimo. In the closest and most gliding manner. 

Legsicro, or Legseranza. Ill a light, tree, easy manner. 

Lentando. Gradually slower aud softer. 

Lento, or Lentamente. Slow. 

Loco. As written. 

Ma. But. 

MadrisnL A composition for voices in the ancient style of Imitation 

and fugue. 
Maestoso. Majestic, Majestically. 

Maestro Di Capel/a. Chapel Master, or Conductor of Church Music ! 
Manrnndo. Growing faint and feeble. 
Manual. The key board to an organ. 
Marcato. Strong and marked style. 
Meno. Less. 

Messa ui Voce. Moderate swell. 
Mato, or Mestoso. Sad, pensive. 

Moderato or Mnderatamente. Moderately. In moderate time. 
Mo/to. Much or very. 
Molto Voce. With a full voice. 
Morendo. Graduallv dying away 
Mordente. A beat, or transient sl».te. 
Mormorando. Murmuring — a gentle murmuring sound. 
Moaso. Emotion. 

Motet, Motett, or Moletto. A piece of sacred music in several parts. 
Motivo. The principal subject. 41 
Moto, Motion — Andante Con Moto. Quicker than Andante. 

Hon. Not. — Nontroppo. Not too much. 

0'iiizato. Applied to an indispensable accompaniment. 

Orchestra. A company or band of instrumental performers ; also that 

pari ol'a theatre occupied by the band. 
Ordtnorio. As usual. 
Ottava. Octave. 
Par/ante. Speaking, talking. 

Parlando. In a speaking or declamatory manner. 
Partilura, or Partizione. The full score. 
Pastorale. Applied to graceful movements in sextuple time 
Perdendo, or Perdendosi. Same as Lentando. 
Piacere, or A piacere. At pleasure. 
Pieno. Full. 

Pietoso. In a religious style. 

Kb. More. Piu Mosso. With more motion — faster 
Pizzicato. Snapping the violin string with the Angers 
Poco A little. Poco adagio. A little slow. 
Poco j Pq3o. B\ degrees, gradually 



Pomposo. In a grand and imposing style. 

Portamento. The manner of sustaining and conducting the voice, from 

one sound to another. 
Portando di Voce. Sustaining the voice. 
Precentor. Conductor, leader of a choir. 
Precisione. With precision, exactness. 
Presto. Quick. 
Prestissimo. Very Quick. 
Primo. First. 

Quasi. As if, as it were, like, in some measure. 

Rallintando, or Allentando, or Slentando. Slower and softer by- 
degrees. 
Rejitando. A speaking manner of performance. 
Recitante. In the style of recitative. 
Recitative. Musical declamation. 
Replica. Repeat. 

Rinforzando, Rinf. or Rinforzo. Suddenly increasing in power. < 
Ritornello. A short prefatory, or intermediate symphony 
Rissieno. A part which is not obligato, or principal. 
Risoluto. With resolution, boldness. 
Ritardando. Slackening tile in i. . 
Ritenuto or Ritenente. Same as Ritardando. 

Sherzando or Sherzato. In playful style. 

Sesrue. It follows, ns Segue Duetto — the duett follows. 

Semplice. Chaste, simple. 

Sempre. Througnor. Always, as Sempre Forte, loud throughout. 

Se>mpra Con Forza. I.oud throughout. 

Sentimento. With feeling— same us Affetuoso. 

Senza. Without, as Senza Organo— without the organ. 

Serio, Serioso. Serious, grave. 

Sforzandn, or Sforzato. With strong force or emphasis, rapidly 

diminishing >. 
Siciliana. A movement of light graceful character. 
Simile. In like manner. 
Slentando. Slackening the time 

Smiuendo, Sminuito. Decreasing — See Diminuendo. 
Smorzando. A gradual diminution, or softer and softer. 
Smanioso. With fury. 

Somorendo, Smorzando. Dying away, same as Mancando 
Soave, Soavrment. Sweet, sweetly. See Dolce. 
Sogetto. The subject or theme. 
Solfeggi. Plural of Solfeggio. 
Solfeggio. A vocal exercise. 
Soli. Plural of Solo. ■ 
Solo. For a single voice or instrument 
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Sotto. Under, below. Sotto Voce With subdued voice 

Spiccato. Same as Staccato. 

Spiritoso, Con Spirit o. With spirit and animation. 

Staccato. Short, detached, distinct. 

Slentando, Stentato. Lingering, holding back. 

Strepitoso, Con Strepito. Noisy, boisterous. 

Stromento. Instrument. Slromenti. Instruments 

Subito. Quick. 

Tace, or Tacet. Silent, or be silent. 

Tardo. Slow. 

Tasto Solo. Without chords. 

10. Time. Tempo a piacere. Time at pleasure 
ii Capelta. Two double notes in a measure 
Tempo Giusto. In exact lime. 
Tempo Rubato. Implies a slight deviation from strict time by pro 

trading one note and curtailing another, but ao that the time of 

[lie measure be not altered in the aggregate. 
Tema. Subject or theme. 
Ten. Tinuto. Hold on. See Sostenuto. 
Timoroso. With timidity. 
Toccalo. Prelude. 

Tremando, Tremolo, Trenutlando. Trembling. 
Tutli. The whole. Full Chorus. 

Un. A— as un poco, a little. 

Un poco Ritenuto. Rather gentle nnd restrained. 

Va. Go on; as Va Crescendo, continue to increase. 

Vaciltando. Fluctuating, v. r, i ring, vacillating. 

Ve/oce, or Con Velocita. In rapid time. 

Verse. Same as Solo. 

Vespers. Evening vocal service ofthe Catholic Church 

Vigoroso. Bold, energetic. 

Vivace. Quick and cheerful. 

VivacUsimo . Very lively. 

Vivo. Cheerful. 

Virtuoso. A proficient in art. 

Voce di Petto. The chest voice. 

Voce di Testa. The head voice. 

Voce Sola Voice alone, 

Volata. Rapid flight of notes. 

Volanle- In a light and rapid manner. 

Volti Subito. Turn over quickly. 

'Zeloso, Con Zelo. Zealous, earnest, er^t(jne\ 



ON CHANTING. 



Chirting is to some extent a union of the speaking and singing voices, or an agreement or alliance between speech and song. A chant has therefore a sneaking and 
a singing part; the former is called the reciting note, the latter the cadence. Most of the words are uttered to the reciting note, while the voice reposes on the singing 
sounds of the cadence in connection with a few of the last words of the verse or sentence. The Chant in its common form (single) has two musical phrases : the first 
consists of the reciting note and a cadence of two measures; the second, of a reciting note and a cadence of three measures.* The reciting note is not designed to 
represent any particular length, or to bear any proportion o the time of the other notes, but it is used merely to designate the pitch on which the words are to be 
recited, and is to be made longer or shorter, according to the length of the verse. The words appropriated to the reciting note are not to be sung (dwelt upon as in singing,) 
but to be said or spoken, as a good reader would pronounce them, except that this is to be done, at a given pitch, and without inflexions. The same general rules, there- 
fore, that apply to reading, in relation to articulation, pronunciation, emphasis, pauses and expression, are equally applicable to the reciting part of a chant. It is a very 
common fault that there is too much of the cantabile, or singing quality of voice, heard in chanting. The cadence is indeed permitted to sing, but even here where time is 
observed and the vowel sounds are prolonged, there should be more of a speaking enunciation than in common singing. 

It is often said that a Choir cannot be made to chant together, but this is certainly a mistake It is undoubtedly somewhat difficult, and like every thing else that is 
good, requires some labor, but the end is well worth the means; and every choir should practice it, not only because of its own excellence, but because it is one of the best 
exercises to promote a correct articulation and delivery of the words m common psalmody. 

The following method for teaching chanting is recommended. Let the teacher first carefully read over a line, or verse of the poetry, and immediately afterwards let the 
choir read simultaneously the same line or verse, imitating as nearly as possible the manner of the teacher; and so proceed through the psalm. When this can be well 
done, let him instead of reading the line or verse, recite it to a given pitch convenient to all, but without any cadence, and to this also let the choir respond in like manner 
as before. From this it is not difficult to proceed one step further and add the cadence, which makes the chant complete. 

In many of the churches in England the chanting is performed so very rapidly that not only the words are wholly lost, but even the injunction of the Apostle, to let all 
things be done " decently and in order," seems to be disregarded. Such an excessive and almost fiivolous rapidity of utterance is alike ar variance with good taste in 
reading, and with devotional feeling. The words appropriated to the reciting note should be uttered about as fast as they are to be read, taking care to preserve a pure 
delivery ol the voice, and giving special attention to articulation, pauses and emphasis. There should be no attempt to sing louder than any one else, or to recite faster, 
or to see who can fairly get to the last syllable first, but reverence, gravity and dignity should pervade the whole performance. 

A chant, both in its melody and harmony, should be easy and natural, consisting of the most common progressions, and avoiding all difficult intervals and combinations 
The most perfect and beautiful specimens of chants are those of the old masters, in which the melody is confined to a small compass, and moves almost always by seconds. 
See No. 11 by Farrant, 20 Gregorian; 25 Tallis, 38 Palestrina, and others. 

On paire 347, Chants have been applied to Metrical Psalms and Hymns. It will be seen at orce that any Psalm or Hymn may be sung to any of the Chants in this way, 
and thus that a new and interesting department in Church Music is opened, by which a much gieater variety may be introduced into this part of public worship. The 
form of Metrical Chanting which i'. is believed will be found the most interesting and effective, is that which is illustrated at No. 74, making a cadence at the end of tne 
second and fourth lines of each stanza. While the chanting of Psalms and Hymns will in no case, perhaps, be found inappropriate, there is a peculiar propriety in applying 
this mode of performance to those Psalms and Hymns which are of a didactic, narrative, or hortatory character. 

Many of the chants in this work are designed for antiphonal or responsive performance. - This may be done by having a single voice sing the first phrase of the chant, or 
one voice on a part, and the response made by the full choir. A single voice is to be preferred, because the contrast is then the most striking. See No. 70, where the 
first strain may be sung by a single base, or alto voice, while the chorus respond in the second strain, and so on through the whole Psalm The addition of the Hallelujahs 
is a peculiar feature in the chants contained in this work. These have been, many of them, written much after the manner of the Gregorian Chants; and in some instances 
copied almost exactly from them. 

It is gratifying to know that Chanting is beginning to be appreciated. It is a form of Church Music so scriptural, so venerable, so simple, and so exclusively appropriate 
to the circumstances of religious worship, that it must be constantly gaining in favor with all those who " love to sing and make melody in their hearts to the Lord.' 

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\i. Let all who now his goodness feel, Come near, and wor-ship at his throne ; Before the Lord, their Ma-ker, kneel, And bow in ad - o - ra - tion down. 



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2. A - way, ye dreams of mor-tal joy ! Rap - tures di-vine my tho'ts employ ; I see the King of glo-ry shine ; I feel his love, and call him mine. 



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1. Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we love; But there's a no-bler rest a-bove; To that our longing souls as-pire,With cheerful hope, and strong de-sire. 



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2. No more fatigue, no more dis-tress, Nor sin, nor death shall reach the place; No groans shall mingle with the songs,Which warble frrAn im - nor - tal tongues. 



3. No rude a-larms of ra-ging foes, No cares to bre;ik the long re - pose; No midnight shade.no cloud-ed sun, But sa-cred, high, e - ter - nal noon. 

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1. Triumphant Zi-on ! lift thy head From dust, and dark-ness, and the dead! Tho' humbled long, awake at length, And gird thee with thy Savior's strength, And gird thee"with thy Savior's strength 

And let thy ex - cellence be known: Deck'd in the robes of righteousness, Thy glories shall the world confess, Thy glories shall the world con-fess. 



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4. God, from on high, has heard thy prayer; His hand thy ru - in shall repair : Nor will thy watchful Monarch cease To guard thee in e - ter - nal peace, To guard thee in e - ter-nal peace 

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SIR OEOROK tlHAUT. 



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1. Oh hap - py day, that fixed my choice On thee, my Sa - vior, and my God ; Well may this glow-ing heart re - joice, And tell its rap-tures all abroad. 






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2. Now may we say, Our God, thy power Shall be our for-tress, and our tower ! We, that are formed of fee - ble dust, Make thine al-migh - ty arm our trust 

3. Thrice happy man ! thy Maker's care Shall keep thee from the tempter's snare ; God is thy life — his arms are spread, To shield thee with a healthful shade. 



WINDHAM. 



L. M. 



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1. Broad is the road that leads to death, And thousands walk to - gether there ; But wisdom shows a narrow path, With here ai.d there a travel - er. 

2. " De - ny thy - self, and take thy cross," Is the Re-deem-er's great command ; Na-ture must count her gold»but dross, If she would gain this heavenly land. 



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l. Life is the time to serve the Lord, The time t'in-sure the great re-ward ; And while the lamp holds out to burn, The vil- est sin - ner may re - turn. 
2> Then, what my thoughts design to do, My hands, with all your might, pursue ; Since no de-vice, nor work is found, Nor faith, nor hope, be-neath the ground. 



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OH Gl. BT ftEI'KATITtO THE F1HST TW.> LINKS. 



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1. Sweet is the work, my God, my King/To praise thy name, give thanks and sin-To show thy love by morning light, And talk of all thy truth at night, And talk of all thy truth at night. 



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2. Sweet ,s the day of sa - cscd rest, No aor taJ care shall seize my breast ; Oh may my heart in tune be found, Like Da-vids harp of sol - emn so~uod, 



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3. My heart shall tn-umph ,n my Lord, And bless his works, and bless his word: Thy works of grace, how bright U.ey shine! How deep thy counsels, how drtne ! How deep thy counsels, how divine. 

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1. Lord, hear the voice of my complaint; Ac - cept my se - cret prayer; To thee a - lone, my King, my God, Will I for help re - pair. 

2. Thou, in the morn, my voice shalt hear, And with the dawn-in." day, To thee de-vout-ly I'll look up, To thee de- vout - Iy pray. 

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2. When in his earthly courts we view The glo - ries of our King, \\'e long to love as angels do, And wish like them to sing. And wish like them to sine. 

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3. Thy grace still dwells ud - on <•, my heart, And sheds its fragrance there ; The no - blest balm of all its wounds, The cor - dial of its care ! 

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How did thine arm in vengeance shine, When Egypt durst rebel. \ 6. Justice and judgment are thy throne, Yet wondrous is thy grace ! While truth and mercy Joined in one, Invite us near thy face 

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1. Now let me make the Lord my trust. And prac-lice all that's good : So shall I dwell among the just. And he'll provide me food; So shall 1 dwell among the just, And he il provide me food. 

2. I to my God my ways commit And cheerful wail his will ; Thy hand, which guides my doubtful feel, Shall my desires fiillil; Thv hand, which guides my doubtful feet, Shall my desires fulfil. 

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3. Mine innocence shall thou display, And make thy judgments known, Fair as the light of dawning day, And glorious as the noon; Fair as the light of dawning day, And glorious as the noon. 

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1. How blest is he who ne'er con-sents, By ill ad - vice to walk ; Nor stands in sinners' ways, nor sits Where men pro-fane-ly talk, Nor .. stand in sinners' 

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Professor of Music in the University of Oxford, England. 



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The Lord,the on - ly God is great, And greatly to be praised; In Zion on whose happy mount, His sacred throne is rais'd. 
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2. Great God, the work is all di- vine. The wond-er of their eyes! This is the day that proves it thine, This day did Je-sus nse. Halle - lu-jah . 



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!"«■ Sal - va -non to our race : Oh let the church address her King, With ho -ly songs of praise. HJle - lu -jah ! Hal-!e - lu -jali! Halle - lu - jnh! 




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ask not wealth, or fame; But give me eyes to view thy works, A heart to praise thy name. 



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Moiterato. 



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and hope, I . 6it and grieve a - lone, 
thy name, And spread thy works a - broad. 



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2. Vet sovereign mer-cy calls, 'Return,' Dear Lord, and may I come? My vile in- grat - i - - tude I mourn: Oh, take the wanderer home. 

KISHON 




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1. To thee, my righteous King and Lord, My grateful soul I'll raise; From day to day thy works record,From day to day thy works record, From day to day thy works record, And ever singthy praise. 

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2. And let them say — How dreadful Lord, In all thy works art thou! To thy great power thy stub-born foes Shall all be forced to bow. 



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1. O all ye lands, rejoice in God, Sing praises to his name ; Let all the earth with one at-cord, His wondrous acts pro-claim. Hallelujah ! 



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2. The soul that lonjrs to see his face, Is sure his love to gain ; And those who ear - ly seek his grace, Shall nev - er seek in vain. 

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1. Behold thy waiting servant, Lord, De - vot-ed to thv fear; Re-member and confirm thy word, For all my hopes are there, ^ For all my hopes are there. 

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4. Didst thou not raise my faith, O Lord? Then let thy truth appear : Saints shall rejoice in my reward, And trust as well as fear, And trust as well a s fwu 

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1. My soul, how love-ly is the place To which thy God re-sorts ! 

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2. Wonders of grace and power To thee alone belong ; Thy church those wonders shall adore In everlasting song; Thy church those wonders shall adore In everlasting song. 





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1. How charming is the place Where my Redeemer God Un - vails the glo - ries of his face, And sheds his love a-broad! Hal-le - lu-jah ! Ha -e - m - jab! 



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4. He sent his on - ly Son To save us from our v/o, From Satan, sin, and death, And every hurt - ful foe. His power and grace Are still the same. And let his name Have endless praisa. 
6. Give thauks a - loud to God To God llie heavenly King ; And let die spacious enrth, His works and glorias sing. Th> mercy, Lord, Shall still endure ; And ev - er sure A - bides thy word 



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I Welcome news to Zion bearing, Zion, long in hostile lands. J Hal --le- lujah/ Praise the Lord. 

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1< Lord, dismiss us wilh thy olessmg; Fill our hearts with joy and peace! >0 le-fresh us, O re - fresh us, Traveling thro' this wil-der - ness. Hal-le - lu - iah ' A - men 

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3. Our Father's God ! to thee,Aulhor of lib-er-ty! To thee we siug ; Long may our land be bright, With freedom's ho - ly light, Pro - tect us by thy might, Gre^t God, our King '. 



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Halle - - lujah to the Lamb, who has bought us a pardon ;We'll praise him again, when we pass o-ver 
Halle -- lujah to the L imb, who has bought us a pardon ;We'll praise him again, when wo, pass o-ver 
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SENTENCE. Holy is the Lord. 

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MOTETT. O look to Golgotha. 



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1. O come let us sing | unto •• the | Lord; 

Let us heartily rejoice in the | strength A of | our sal- | vation. 

2. Let us come before his presence A | with thanks- | giving; 
And show ourselves | glad A in | him with | psalms. 

3. For the L5rd A | is a-- great | God; 
And a great | King A a- | bove all | gods. 

4. In his hands A are all the corners | of the | earth; 
And the strength of the | hills A is | his — | also. 

5. The sea is his A | and he | made it; 

And his hands pre- | pared .. the \ dry — | land. 

6. O coiae let us worship A | and fall | down; 
And kneel be- | fore the | Lord our | Maker. 

7. For he is the | Lord our | God; 

And we are the people of his pasture, A and the | sheep of | his — | hand. 

8. O worship the Lord A in the | beauty •• of I holiness; 
Let the whole | earth •• stand in | awe of] him. 

9. For he cometh, A for he cometh A to | judge the | earth; [truth. 
And with righteousness to judge the world A and the | people | with his | 

0. Glory be to the Father, A and | to the | Son; 
And | to the | Holy | Ghost; 

1. As it was in the beginning, s is now, A and | ever •• shall | be, 
World without | end. A A- | men, A- | men. 

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1. O be joyful in the Lord/ | all ye | lands; 

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2. Be sure that the Lord | he is | God; 

( It is he that hath made us, A and not we ourselves/ 

( We are his | people •• and the | sheep of •• his | pasture. 

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4. For the Lord is gracious/ his mercy is | ever- I lasting; 

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5. Glory be to the Father/ and | to the | Son: 
And | to the | Holy | Ghost; 

6. As it was in the beginning/ is now/ and | ever •• shall | be, 
World without | end. A A- | men, A- | men. 



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1. Blessed be the Lord | God of | Israel; 

For he hath visited | and re- | deemed •• his | people. 

2. And hath raised up a mighty sal- | vation | for us. 
In the | house •• of his | servant | David. 

3. As he spake by the mouth of his | holy | prophets, 
Which have | been -since the | world be- | gan. 

4. That we should be saved | fron\ our | enemies, 
And from the | hand of | all that | hate us. 

5. Glory be to the Father.A and | to the | Son; 
And | to the | Holy | Ghost; 

6. As it was in the beginning, A is now, A and | ever •• shall | be, 
World without | end. A A- | men, A- | men. 



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1. sing unto the | Lord a •• new | song; 
For | he hath- -done | marvel •• lous | things. 

2. With his own right hand A and with his | holy 
Hath he gotten him- | self the | victo- | ry. 

3. The Lord declared | his sal- | vation; 
His righteousness hath he openly | showed 

4. He hath remembered his mercy and truth Atoward the | house of | Israel, 
And all the ends of the world A have seen the sal- | vation | of our | God. 

5. Show yourselves joyful unto the Lord, A | all ye | lands; 
Sing, re- | joice, and | give — | thanks. 

6. Praise the Lord up- | on the | harp; 
Sing to the Lord A with a | psalm of | thanks — | giving. 

7. With trumpets | also •• and | cornet, (or shawms,) 
O show yourselves joyful A be- | fore the | Lord the | King. 

8. Let the sea make a noise, A and all that | therein | is; 
The round world A and | th»y that | dwell there- | in. 

9. ' et the floods cla|> llx'ir hands, A and let the hills be joyful together A be- | fore the | Lord ; 

For he | cometh •• to | judge the | earth. 
With righteousness shall he | judge the | world; 
And tho ! people | with- | equity. {Gloria Patri.) 

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BONUM EST CONFITERI. Ps. 92. 

It i9 a good thing to give thanks A | unto --the | Lord; 
And to sing praises unto thy | name — | O most | Highest. 

To tell of thy loving kindness A | early •• in the | morning; 
And of thy | truth •• in the | night — | season. 

Upon an instrument often strings,^ and up- | on the | lute; 
Upon a loud instrument,/; | and up- | on the | harp. 

For thou, Lord, hast made me glad A | through thy | works; 

And I will rejoice in giving praise A for the ope- | ration | of thy | hands. 

Glory be to the Father/ and | to the | Son: 
And I to the | Holy | Ghost; 

As it was in the beginning/ is now/ and | ever ■• shall | be, 
World without | end/ A- | men, A- | men. 



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1. God be merciful unto | us A and | bless us; 

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2. That thy way may be | known up •• on | earth; 
Thy saving | health A a- | mong all | nations. 

3. Let the people praise thee, A | O — | God. 
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4. O let the nations rejoice A | and be | glad; 

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5. Let the people praise the»,A | O — | God; 
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6. Then shall the earth bring | forth her | increase; 

And God, A even our | own •• God shall | give us -his | blessing. 

7. God shall | bless — | us; 

And all the ends of the \ world A shall | fear — | him. {Gloria Patri.) 



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BENEDIC ANIMA MEA. Ps. 103. 

Praise the Lord.A | O my | soul; 

And all that is within me k | praise his | holy | name. 

Praise the Lord^ | O my | soul; 
And for- | get not | all his | benefits. 

Who forgiveth | all thy | sin, 

And | healeth-all | thine in- | firmities. 

Who saveth thy | life •• from de- | struction; 

And crowneth thee with | mercy and | loving | kindness. 

O praise the Lord.A ye angels of his,A ye that ex- | eel in I strength; 
\ Ye that fulfil his commandment^ 
\ And hearken unto the | voice of | his — | word. , 

O praise the Lord, A | all --ye his | hosts; 

Ye servants of | his « that | do his | pleasure. 

O speak good of the Lord.A all ye works of his, A 
In all places of | his do- j minion. 
Praise thou the | Lord, * O | — my | soul. 

Glory be to the Father, A and 1 to the I Son; 
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( The heavens declare the glory of God, ^ 

I And the firmament showeth his | handy | work. 

SDay unto day uttereth speech, A 
And night unto | night •• showeth | knowledge. 
( There is no speech nor language A 
( Where their | voice ■• is not | heard. 
( Their line is gone out through all the earth,A 
\ And their words to the | ends •• of the | world. 
( In them hath he set a tabernacle for the sun, A 
< Which is as a bridegroom coming out of his chamber,A 
( And rejoiceth as a strong man to | run a | race. 
( His going forth is from the end of the heaven, A 
\ And his circuit unto the ends of it, A 

( And there is nothing hid from the | heat there- | of. (Sym.) 
( The law of the Lord is perfect, A 
( Con- | verting -the | soul. 
( The testimony of the Lord is sure, A 
\ Making | wise the | simple. 
( The statutes of the Lord are right, A 
\ Re- | joicing •• the | heart. 
( The commandment of the Lord is pure, A 
\ En- | lightening •• the | eyes. 

{The fear of the Lord is clean, A 
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Sweeter also than honey, I and the | honey- | comb. 

Moreover by them is thy servant warned, A 

And in keeping of them there is | great re- | ward 

Who can understand his errors? 4 

Cleanse thou me from | secret | faults. 

Keep back thy servant also from presumptuous sins, A 

Let them not have do- | minion | over me. 

Then shall I be upright, A and I shall be innocent 

From the | great trans- | gression. 

Let the words of my mouth, A and the meditation of my heart, A 

Be acceptable in thy sight„1\ O Lord.A my strength and my Re-| deemer. •• A-| men. 



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PSALM 23 
The Lord is my shepherd ;* 
I I shall not | want. 

He maketh me to lie down in green pastures ;\ 
He leadeth me beside the still | wa | ters. 

!He restoreth my soul; A he leadeth me 
In the paths of righteousness for his | name's — | sake 
/ Yea, A though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,* 
< I will fear no evil: A for thou art with me;1i 
( Thy rod and thy staff they | p comfort | me. 

{Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies, 4 
Thou anointest my head with oil; \ my | cup-- runneth | over. 
{Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days 1 my life;A 
And I will dwell in the house of th? Lord, A for- | ev ! er. || A-jmen 



No. 37. SINGLE CHANT. (Peculiar.) 




PSALM 121. 

1. S I v ill lift up mine eyes unto the hills, 4 
I From whence | coincth •• my | hen. 

2. i My help cometh from the Lord, A 

( Which made | heaven ■• and | earth 

3. ( He will not sufTer thy foot to be moved A 

( He that keepeth thee | will not | slumber. 
I. i Behold, he that keepeth Israel,! 
( Shall not | slumber -nor | sleep. 

5. 5 The Lord is thy keeper;^ 

( The Lord is thy shade upon thy | right — | hand. 

6. ( The sun shall not smite thee by day, A 
( Nor the I v moon by | night. 

7. ( The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: A 
( He shall pre- | serve thy | soul. 

8. ( The Lord shall preserve thy going out,A and thy coming in, A 
( From this time forth/ and even forevermore. | A — | men. 

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THE BEATITUDES. Matt. v. 3-12. 

1. Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of | heaven. 

2. Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be | comforted. 

3. Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the | earth. 

4. ( Blessed are they who do hunger and thirst after righteousness: 
\ For they shall be | filled. 

5. Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain | mercy. 

6. Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see | God, 

7. ( Blessed are the peace-makers: 

( For they shall be called the children of | God. 

8. i Blessed are they who are persecuted for righteousness sake: 
{ For theirs is the kingdom of | heaven. 

9. ( Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, A and persecute you,* 

( And shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, A for | my sake. 
10. I Rejoice, and be exceeding glad, A for great is your reward in heaven;' 
\ For so persecuted they the prophets which were be-| fore you. (Coda.) 



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Praise ye the Lord. A 
Praise ye the Lord from the heavens ; A 
Praise him | in the | heights. 
Praise ye him, A all his angels :A 
Praise ye him, A | all his | hosts. 

3. Praise ye him, A sun and moon;A 
Praise him, all ye | stars of | light. 

4. Praise him, ye heaven of heavens, A 

And ye waters A that are a- | bove the | heavens 

5. Let them praise the name of the Lord:' 

For he commanded,' 1 and | they were ere- | ated 

6. He hath also established them forever and ever; 1 
He hath made a decree A which | shall not | pass 

7. Praise the Lord from the earth/ 
Ye dragons, A and | all — | deeps. 

8. Fire and hail/ snow and vapor/ 
Stormy wind ful- | filling •• his | word. 

9. Mountains, and all hills ; A 
Fruitful trees, and | all — | cedars. 

13. Beasts, and all cattle ; A 

Creeping things/ and | flying | fowl. 

Kings of the earth/ and all people/ 
Princes, A and all | judges -of the | earth. 
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For his name a- | lone is | excellent. 

14. His glory is above the .earth and heaven 
I Praise -ye the | Lord. 

No. 42. SINGLE CHANT. (Peculiar.) 



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PSALM 122. 



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( I was glad when they said unto me/ 

( Let us go into the | house •• of the | Lord. 



2. ( Our feet shall stand within thy gates/ O Jerusalem,,, 

( Jerusalem is builded as a city A that is com- | pact to- j gether. 



Whither the tribes go up/ the tribes of the Lord, 

Unto the testimony of Israel/ 

To give thanks unto the | name •• of the | Lord. 

For there are set thrones of judgment/ 

The thrones of the | house of | David. 

( Pray for the peace of Jerusalem/ 

( They shall | prosper •• that | love thee. 

{Peace be within thy walls/ 
And prosperity with- | in thy | palaces. 

i For my brethren and companions' sakea/ 
( I will now say, | Peace •• be with- | in thee 
i Because of the house of the Lord our God/ 
1 I will I seek thy | good. || A- | men. 



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1. < The Lord rcigneth/ let the people tremble : A 

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2. C The I ord is great in Zion/ 

< And he is high above all people - / 

( Let them praise thy great and terrible name, 4 for | it is I holy. 

3. C The king's strength also loveth judgment;'* 

< Thou dost establish equity : A 

( Thou executest judgment and righteousness in | Ja — | cob. 

4. ( Exalt ye the Lord our God/ 

< And worship at his footstool/ 
( For I he is | holy. 

5. C Moses and Aaron among his priests/ 

< And Samuel among them that call upon his name/ 

( They called upon the Lord/ and he | answer'd | them. 

6. ( He spake unto them in the cloudy pillar:' 1 

\ They kept his testimonies, and the ordinance that | he gave | them. 

7 ( Thou answeredst them/ O Lord our God/ ' 

< Thou wast a God that forgav&st them/ 
( Though thou tookest vengeance of | their in- j ventions. 

8 I Exalt the Lord our God/ 

< And worship at his holy hill:' 
( For the Lord our | God is I holy 

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Judge me, O Lord/ 
For I have walked in mine integrity / 
I have trusted also in the Lord/ 
Therefore I | shall not | slide. 
Examine me, O Lord, and prove me/ 
I Try my | reins •■ and my | heart. 

For thy loving-kindness is before mine eyes:' 1 

And I have | walk'd •• in thy | truth 

I have not sat with vain persons/ 

Neither | will I " go | in ••with dis- | semblers. 

I have hated the congregation of evil doers; 1 

And will not | sit •• with the | wicked. 

I will wash my hands in innocency/ 

So will I I compass •• thine | altar --0 | Lord. 

That I may public n with the voice of thanksgiving / 
And tell of all thy | wondrous | works. 
Lord I have loved the habitation of thy house/ 
And the place | where thine | honor | dweJleth. 

Gather not my soul with & : nners/ 

Nor my life with | bloody | .nen. 

In whose hands is mischief,' 1 

And their | right hand'is | full of) bribes. 

But as for me, I will walk in mine integrity/ 
Redef n me, and be merciful | unto | me. 
My f< A standeth in an even place:' 1 
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Solo. 1. O give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good - 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 2. O give thanks unto the God of gods: 
Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 3. O give thanks unto the Lord of lords: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 4. To him who alone doeth great wonders: 

Chorus . For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 5. To him that by wisdom made the heavens: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 6. To him that stretched out the earth above the waters: 

Chorus . For his mercy endureth forever. 
i»?o. 7. To him that made great lights: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 8. The sun to rule by day;A the moon and stars to rule by night. 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 9. To him that smote Egypt in their first-born: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 10. And brought out Israel from among them: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 



Solo. 11. With a strong hand, and with an outstretched arm: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forp er. 
Solo. 12. To him who divided the Red -ea into parts: 

Chorus . For his mercy endu'eth forever. 
Solo. 13. And made Israel to pass through in the midst of it: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 14. But overthrew Pharaoh and his host in the Red sea 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo 15. To him who led his people through the wilderness* 

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Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 

Solo. 17. Who remembered us in our low estate: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 18. And hath redeemed us from our enemies: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 19. Who giveth food to all flesh: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. 
Solo. 20. O give thanks unto the God of heaven: 

Chorus. For his mercy endureth forever. Amen. 

No. 46. SINGLE CH VNT. (Peculiar.) 



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Holy,! holy,! holy,! | Lord •• God Al- | mighty, 

Which was.i and | is, and | is to | come. (Sym.) 

Thou art worthy, O Lord,! to receive glory ,! and | honor " and | power; 
\ For thou hast created all things,! 
1 And for thy pleasure they | are and | weie ere- | ated. (Sym.) 

Worthy is the Lamb j that was | slain, 

To receive power, ! and riches,! and wisdom,! 

And strength ;\ and | honor," and | glory," and | blessing. (Sym.) 

Blessing,! and honor,! and | glory " and | power, 
i Be unto him that sitteth npon the throne, A 
I And unto the | Lamb for- | ever ■• and | ever. || Amen. 



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I will extol thee.'i my | God, | King; 

And 1 will bless thy | name Ibr- j ever -and | ever. 

Every | day •• will I | bless thee: 

And I will praise thy | name for- | ever -and | ever. 

Great is the Lord,'; and | greatly -to be | praised; 

And his | greatness | is un- | searchable. 

One generation shall praise thy | works -to a- | nother. 

And shall de- | clare thy | mighty | acts. 

I will speak of the glorious | honor •• of thy | majesty, 

And | of thy | wondrous | works. 

And men shall speak of the might of thy | terri ■■ ble | acts; 

And | I •• will de- | clare thy | greatness. 

They shall abundantly utter the memory of | thy great | goodness 

And shall | sing •• of thy | righteous- | ness. 

My mouth shall speak the | praise •• of the Lord. 

And let all flesh bless his holy | name for- ever -and 



ever. 
(Hallelujah.) 



The Lord is gracious, A and | full -of corn- | passion: 

Slow to | anger •• and | of great | mercy. 

The Lord is | good to | all; 

And his tender mercies are | over | all his 

All thy works shall | praise thee, -O | Lord, 

And thy | saints shall | bless — | thee. 

They shall speak of the | glory •• of thy | kin^ 

And | talk of | thy — | power. 

To make known to the sous of men A his | mighty | acts, 

And the glorious | majes-ty | of his | kingdom. 



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The Lord upholdeth | all that | fall; 
And raiseth up all | those that | are • 

16. The eyes of | all •• wait upon | thee; 
And thou givest them their | meat in 

17. Thou | openest •• thine | hand, 
And satistiest the desire of | every | living 

13. The Lord is righteous in | all his | ways; 
--And | ho--ly in | all his | works. 

19. The Lord is nigh unto al! them that | call up 
To all that | call up •• on | him in | truth. 

20. He will fullil the desire of | them that | hear him; 
He also will hear their | cry -and will | save 

21. The Lord prescrveth [ all •• them that | love him; 
dim - But all the | wicked ■• will | he de- | stroy. (* hor < ;"»««■) 

22/My mouth shall speak the | praise •• of the | Lord: 

And let all flesh bless his holy | name for- | ever-- and | ever. 

(Hallelujah.) 
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( Lord,A thou hast been our dwelling place A 
( In | all --gene- | rations. 

{Before the mountains were brought forth. A 
Or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, \ 
Even from everlasting to ever | lasting! | Thou art | God. 

{Thou turnest man to destruction;! 
And sayest, Return, i ye | chil-dren of | men. 
{For a thousand years in thy sightl 
Are but as yesterday when it is past,! 
And | as a | watch •• in the | night. 

C Thou earliest them away as with a flood, A 

< They are as a sleep; i 

( In the morning they are like grass A which | groweth | up. 

iln the morning it flourisheth, and groweth up;A 
In the evening it is cut | down, A cut \ down,i\ and | withereth. 

<j Who knoweth the power of thine anger ?A 

( Even according to thy fear;/l | so--is thy | wrath. 

!So teach us to number our days, A 
That we may ap- j ply our | hearts •• unto | wisdom. 

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PSALM 130. 

1. Out of the depths have I cried unto | thee, A O | Lord. 

2. ^ Lord, hear my voice ;A , 

{ Let thine ears be attentive to the | voice of •• my | suppli- 

3. ( Ifthou, Lord, shouldst mark iniquities, 
\ O Lord, | who shall | stand. 

4. ( But there is forgiveness with thee,^ 

( That | thou — | mayest-- be | feared. 

I wait for the Lord, A my soul doth wait, A 
And in his | word ■. do I | hope. 

6. ( My soul waiteth for the Lord A 

< More than they that watch for the morning, A 

( I say, A | more than •• they that | watch •• for the 

7. C Let Israel hope in the Lord:A 

•? For with the Lord there is mercy, A 

( And with him is | plenteous --re | demption. 

8. And he shall redeem Israel from | all — | his in- | iquities. 

No. 53. SINGLE CHANT. 



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PSALM 8. 

1. ( O Lord/ our Lord, A how excellent is thy name in all the earth ! A 
) Who hast set thy glory a- | bove the | heavens. 

9 ( Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings 

< Hast thou ordained strength, because of thine enemies ; A 

(. That thou mightest still the j ene •• my | and •• the a- | venger. 

3. i When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers ; A 

( The moon and the stars, which | thou •• hast or- | dained. 

4. C What is man, that thou art mindful of him? A 

( And the son of | man •• that thou | visit •• est | him. 

5 ( For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels,* 
) Thou hast crowned him with | glo •• ry and | honor. 

6. ( Thou madest him to have dominion over the works of thy hands : A 
) Thou hast put | all things | under -his | feet. 

7. C All sheep and oxen, A yea, and beasts of the field ; A 
\ The fowl of the air, rt and the fish of the sea/ 

( And whatsoever passeth through the | paths •• of the | sea. 

8. O Lord, A our Lord, A how excellent is thy | name in | all the | earth. Amen. 

No. 55. SINGLE CHANT. 



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PSALM 61. 
Have mercy upon me, O God, A according to thy loving kindness;' 
According to the multitude of thy tender mercies, A 
Blot | out -my trans- | gressions. 
Wash me thoroughly from mine iniquities." 
And | cleanse me | from my | sin. 

For I acknowledge my transgressions, A 
And my sin is | ever •• be- | fore me. 
Against thee, A thee only, have I sinned, A 
And done this | evil | in thy | sight. 

Create in me a clean heart, O God; A 
And renew a right | spirit •• with- ] in me. 
Cast me not away from thy presence;* 
And take not thy | Holy | Spirit | from me. 

Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation ;A 

And uphold me with | thy free | spirit. 

Then will 1 teach transgressors thy ways.A 

And sinners shall be con- | verted | unto j thee. Amen. 



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ISAIAH LIII. 3-6. 

1. He is despised and re- | jected •• of | men. 

2. A man of | -sorrows •• and ac- | quainted •• with | grief. 

3. And we hid as it were our | faces | from him. 

. 4. He was despised, A and | we es- | teem'd him | not. 

5. ( Surely he hath borne our griefs,A 
\ And I carried-- our | sorrows; 

6. i Yet we did esteem him stricken; A 

J I Smitten ■■ of | God-- and af- | flicted. 

7. ( But he was wounded for our transgressions, A 
) He was bruised for | our in- | iquities: 

8. S The chastisement of our peace was upon him, A 
I And I with his | stripes •• we are | healed. 

9 ( All we like sheep have gone astray ;/\ 

( We have turned every one to \ his own | way. 
10. And the Lord hath laid on | him •• the in- | iquity •• ot us | all. 

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No. 59. 



•3r Here introduce the chant, " He is despised," IfC. 

SINGLE CHANT. J. Battishill. 




PSALM 105. 1-4. 

1. O give thanks unto the Lord;A call up- | on his | name. 

2. Make known his | deeds a- | mong the | people. 

3. Sing unto him, A sing | psalms •• unto | him. 

4. Talk ye of | all his | wondrous | works. 

5. Glory ye in his | holy | name: 

6. Let the heart of them re- | joice that | seek the | Lord 

7. Seek the Lord A | and his | strength; 

8. Seek his | face, •• seek his | face •• ever- | more. 




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No. 60. SINGLE CHANT 



No. 62. SINGLE CHANT. 




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PSALM 26. 

1. His foundation is in the | holy | mountains. 

2. ( The Lord lovcth the gates of Zion/ 

( More than | all the | dwellings •• of | Jacob. 

3. Glorious things are spoken of thee, * O | city ■ 

4. Glorious things are spoken of | thee, O | city 



Tenor &. Base. 5. i \ y,\\\ make mention of Rahab and Babylon 
) To j.them that | know me/ 

6. ( Behold, Philistia, and Tyre, with Ethiopia: 
I | This " man was | born — | there. 

7. And of Zion it shall be said, 1 this and that man was| born in| her. 

8. And the Highest him- | self " shall es- | tablish | her. 

Chorus. 9. The Lord shall count, when he writeth | up the | people, 

" 10. That | this " man was | born — | there. ]| Hallelujah. 

1 1. As well the singers as the players on instruments|shall be|there; 

12. All 1 | all my [springs •• are in | thee. 

• The Tenor tinging the Treble, or large notes on the upper ttaff. 

No. 61. SINGLE CHANT. 

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PSALM 27. 

1. The Lord is my light and my salvation/ | Whom ■• shall I | fear? 

2. The Lord is the strength of my life; Of | whom " shall I | be a- | fraid? 

3. One thing have I desired of the Lord;- 1 | That "will I | seek after; 

4. ( That I may dwell in the house of the Lord, 1 all the days of my life/ 
( To behold the beauty of the Lord; A And | to in-| quire in " his | temple 

5. ( And now shall mine head be lifted up 
( Above mine enemies A | round a- | bout me. 

6. ( Therefore will I ofTer in his tabernacle sacrifices of joy/ 
) I will sing/ yea/ I will sing | praises | unto ■• the | Lord.|| Hallelujah 

7. Hear, O Lord/ when I | cry " with my | voice. 

8. Have mercy also up- | on me " and | answer | me. 

9. When thou saidst, 1 | Seek ye ■• my | face; 

10. My heart said unto thee, 1 Thy | face, Lord, | will 1 | seek 

11. Wait on the Lord/ | Wait " on the | Lord. 

12. ( Be of good courage/ and he shall strengthen thy heart/ 
( | Wait, I | say," on the I Lord.|| Hallelujah. 

No. 63. SINGLE CHANT. Gregorian. 




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Great is the Lord,^ and greatly to be praised 
I In the city of our God,A in the mountain | of his | holiness. 
2. Beautiful for situation A the joy of the whole | earth is | mount — | Zion. 



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4. < According to thy name.O God, A so is thy praise unto the ends of the earthy 
I Thy | hand is | full of | righteousness 



( Let Mount Zion rejoice, I 



Let the daughters of Judah be glad, A be- | cause of" thy | judgments. 

6. ( Walk about Zion, A and go round about her:A 
( | Tell- -ye the | towers •• there- | of. 

7. ( Mark ye well her bulwarks, A consider her palaces;! 
I That ye may tell it to the gene- | ra-tion | following. 

8. ( For this God is our God, A forever and ever; A 
( He will be our | guide,A even j unto | death. 

No. 65. SINGLE CHANT. 




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PSALM 84. 

1. How amiable are thy tabernacles, A O | Lord of | hosts ! 

2. ( My soul longeth.A yea, A even fainteth for the courts of the Lord;* 
I My heart and my flesh crieth | out •• for the | living | God. 

3. J Blessed are they that dwell in thy house ;A 
J They | will be •• still | praising thee. 

4. ( Blessed is the man whose strength is in thee; A 
I In whose | heart- -are the | ways of | them. 

5. ( They go from strength to strength ;A 

( Every one of them in Zion ap- | peareth be •• fore | God. 

6. ( O Lord God of hosts, A hear my prayer:A 

\ Give | ear, O | God of | Jacob. (Hallelujah, No. 1.) 

7. Behold, O God, our shield, A and look upon the face of | thine an-| ointed 

8. C For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand ;A 

< I had rather be a door-keeper in the house of my God, 
(Than to | dwell -in the | tents of | wickedness. 

9. ( For the Lord God is a sun and a shield;Athe Lord will give grace and glory:* 
( No good thing will he withhold from them that | walk up- | rightly. 

10. { O Lord of hosts,A 

Blessed is the I man that I trusteth--in I thee. (Hallelujah, No. 2.) 
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Seek ye theLordAwhile he may be found, \call ye upon himj while.. he is|near. 
C Let the wicked forsake his way,\ and the unrighteous man his thoughts :A 
-. And let him return to the Lord.ti and he will have mercy upon him;A 
( And to our God;\ for | he. .will a- | bundant..ly | pardon. 



3. ( For my thoughts are not your thoughts, \ 
\ Neither are your ways my ways,f | saith the | Lord. 

4. \ For as the heavens are higher than the earth, A 
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are my ways higher than your ways,A and | my..tlio'ts than | your — | tho'ts.|| Amen. 
No. G8. SINGLE CHANT.* (Peculiar.) Gregorian. 

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THE LORD'S PRAYER. 

1. Our Father who art in heaven ;^ | hallow .. ed | be tliy | name: 

Thy kingdom come,\ thy will be done on | earth .. as it | is in | heaven. 

2. Give us this day | | our — | daily | bread; 

And forgive us our Trespasses, \ as we forgive them that | trespass.. a-| gainst — | us. 

3. And lead its not into temptation, 'i but de- | liver | us from | evil; 

For thine is the kingdom, ^ and the puwer./t and the glory, A forever. | A — | — | men. 

* TViis chant, from JVovello's Evening Srrrire, is sung to thr " Bcnrdictus Dominus Deus Israel," in 
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5. ( But the salvation of the righteous is of the Lord, 
( He is their strength in | time of | trouble. 

6. ( And the Lord shall help them/ and deliver them; 1 
? He shall deliver thejn from the wicked, 

( And save them be- | cause they | trust in | him.|| Hallelujah. 



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GLORIA IN EXCELSIS. 

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(Glory be to | God on | high, 
And on earth | peace, A good | will to | men. 

We praise thee, A we bless thee, A we | worship | thee, 

We glorify thee, A we give thanks to thee for ] thy great | glo — | ry. 

O Lord God, A | heavenly | King, 
God the | Father | Al — | mighty. 

(Down to 4th verse, Chant No. 71.) 
I Chorus./" * » 

( For thou | only •• art | holy, 

Thou | only | art the | Lord 

Thou only, A O Christ, A with the | Holy | Ghost, 

Art most high in the glory of | God the | Fa — | ther.|| Amen. 

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4. (O Lord, A the only begotten Son | Jesus | Christ; 

O Lord God, A Lamb of God,A | Son •• of the j Fa 

5. That takest away the | sin -of the | world 
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6. (Thou that takest away the ] sin ■• of the | world 

C Semi-Chorus. 

( Have I mer •• cy up- [on — | us 

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7. (Thou that takest away the | sin- -of the | world 

C Semi-Chorus. C Second ending-. 

(Receive, A \ pp re- | ceive our | prayer. 
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8. \ Thou that sittest at the right hand of | God the | Father, 

{ S< mi-Chorus. 

( Have | mer •• cy up- | on — | us. (Up to the 9th verse, Chant No. 70. 
No. 72. SINGLE CHANT. 

First and second Treble and Alto. 




PSALM 118. 

Choir. L See what a living stone A The builders | did re- | fuse; 

Choir. Yet God has built his church thereon,' 1 In | spite of | envious | Jews. 

Choir.2. The scribe and angry priest A Reject thine | only | Son; 
Choir.Yet on this rock shall Zion rest/| As the •• chief | corner | stone. (Sym.) 

Chorus by the whole congregation. Tune St. Thomas, p. 146 — slow and steady. 
3. The work, O Lord, is thine, And wondrous in our eyes, 
This day declares it all divine, This day did Jesus rise. 

Choir.4. This is the glorious day/ That our Re- | deemer | made, 
Choir.Let us rejoice/and sing, A and pray,- 4 Let | all the | church be | glad. 

Choir.5. Hosanna A to the King Of David's | royal | blood: 
Choir Bless him, ye saints;' 1 he comes to bring Sal-| ration | from your | God 

(Sym 1 

Chorus by the whole congregation, as before. 

6./We bless thine holy word Which all this grace displays; 
And offer on thine altar, Lord, Our sacrifice of praise 



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I 2. My flesh would rest in thine a- 

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GENERAL INDEX. 



A. 

\bba 203 

Abington 93 

Achn 259 

Acton 200 

\diiiah 42 

Idwcll 40 

Ve 57 

\erion 54 

•\ gland 59 

lignor 64 

\liava 166 

Am 160 

Aithlone 175 

Alb'o 20(5 

Allenza 141 

All Saints 75 

Almin 72 

Ames 60 

America 220 

Ami in 8] 

Amsterdam 220 

Anab 184 

And ve shall. 252 

An field 202 

Angel's Hymn 44 

Anson 83 

Antioch 116 

Anvern 70 

Apl.ek 202 

Apheka 104 

Aphrah 148 

Appleton 60 



Arfau 52 

Ariel 176 

Arlington !)7 

Arne 08 

Arnville 215 

Arum 179 

Arundel 112 

Arville 68 

Ashwell 55 

A vim 102 

Ayrton 56 

Azmon 117 



B. 

Badea 155 

Baden 119 

Baid 159 

Bairn 39 

Balerma 125 

Ball 211 

Ballington 48 

Bangor 122 

Barby Ill 

Baslian 60 

Bellingham 195 

Belville 52 

Benevento 240 

Bentley 205 

Bethlehem 228 

Berwick 124 

Bethnel 178 

Beulah 213 



Beverly 156 

Beza 188 

Blendon 51 

Boylston 140 

Bradnor 123 

Bralton 167 

Battle Street 101 

Brentford 73 

Brest 214 

Broughton 133 

Brunswick 71 

Bunford 12] 

Burt'ord 128 

Burlington 241 



Cail 00 

Camberwell 168 

Cambridge 134 

Canton 137 

Carnes 205 

Cnrparthus 176 

Castle Street 76 

Caton 165 

Cephas 50 

Ceserea 210 

Chard 139 

Chelsea 94 

Chesnut Street 306 

Chesworth 158 

Chimes 88 

Choral 263 



Claremont J S3 

Colchester Ill 

Coronation 1 12 

Cory don 204 

Coventry 85 

Cranbrook 143 

Cumwell l»;i 

Cumberland 43 

Cyprus 40 

D. 

Dale ; 66 

Dallas 194 

Dalmatia 127 

Dalston 181 

Dan vers 07 

Dedham 115 

Denmark 288 

Dort 221 

Dorton 162 

Dover 163 

Downs 115 

Dundee 123 

Dunfield 76 

Duke Street eO 

E. 

Ead 211 

Edgton 103 

Edmonton 204 

Edyfield 200 

Efhnghara 17 



Lleon 180 

Elever 12:) 

Elno 41 

Elome 164 

Elon 131 

Elparan 46 

Eltham 1 '. >< j 

Enfield 126 

Eton 104 

Evans 140 

Evarts 224 

Evelyn 149 

Evening Hymn 299 

Ere I sleep, 200 

P. 

Farlon 100 

Farnham 00 

Farneworth 82 

Federal Street 84 

Ferry 95 

Field 105 

Folsom 236 

Ford 46 

Frenor 56 

Fulham 203 

Father l»ow wide, . . .205 
From Greenland's. . .222 

G. 

Gcder 55 

Geneva 135 i 



Gerar 167 

Gilead 70 

Gorton 171 

G ration 12^ 

Greenville 200 



II. 

Haddam 182 

Hadleigh 133 

llaland 134 

Hamburg 83 

Hanley 106 

Hanover 79 

Han well 216 

Harmony Grove 63 

Harlon 141 

Harwell 218 

Harwich 186 

Heath 126 

Hebron 7~ 

Hendon 103 

Hereford 171 

Hermon 139 

Highton u. P. M 175 

Ilighton 8s 7s & 4 ..217 

Iliiirrham 75 

Holsey 212 

Honiton B6 

Horton 198 

Howard 102 

Hudson 154 

Huron 235 



Haste, O s ; .nner 237 

Head of the church,. 233 
Holy, Holy, Lord, ..251 
Heavenly dwelling .294 

Heavenly day, 2: '3 

Hark! the voice, ...307 
Hope in the Lord, ..318 

I. 

Iceland 04 

Iddo 110 

Ilia 74 

Irish 132 

Irwell 185 

Italian Hymn 220 

If human kindness, . 250 



Jorton 211 

Jurel 2iH 

Jerusalem! my 270 



K. 

Kelsal 169 

Kendall 135 

Keswick 59 

Kingston 102 

K.shon 12c 

Koroh 69 



GENERAL INDEX. 



L. 

Laban 156 

Lachish 105 

Lade 66 

Lane 65 

Lanesboro 87 

Lawlon 77 

Layheld 124 

Lee 70 

Leighton 170 

Lemnos 86 

Leni 40 

Lentwood 233 

Leonal 92 

Leyden Go 

Lisbon 170 

Lischer 1S6 

Litchfield 136 

London 10!) 

Lo, God is here! 319 

Longworth 178 

Lorton 182 

Loughton 142 

Lowell 58 

Lutzen 123 

Lyconia 71 

Lyons 233 



M. 

Maine 167 

Maitland 144 

Marion 67 

Mark w (major) 97 

Marlow (minor) 97 

Martyr's 107 

Maxwell 120 



> M&ssan 1&7 

Mayfield 174 

Maysville 64 

Mazzaroth 151 

Mear 107 

Medfield 92 

Medford 85 

Melbourne 130 

Melford 106 

Melton 232 

Mendon 39 

Meribah 173 

Metrical Chants ....348 

Midi;in 172 

Midst sorrow, 247 

Migdol 63 

Minal 45 

Mishal 144 

Missionary Hymn . . 222 

Mond 42 

Monmouth 239 

Montague 234 

Moreh 100 

Moriah 45 

Mount Nebo 118 

Mount Vernon 209 

Mount Zion 37 

Munir 238 



N. 

Name 151 

Naomi 89 

-Nashville 174 

Nayton 84 

Nazareth 65 

Neat 73 

Newbury 187 



Newcourt 172 

New York 103 

Nichols 98 

Ninety-Seventh Psalm 

Tune 81 

Noel 72 

Northfield 232 

Norwell 159 

Nottingham 109 

No war nor battle, ..240 
Nuremburg 193 



o. 

Oft as the bell, 312 

O God of strength,.. 309 

Old Hundred 41 

Olmutz 156 

Oliphant 219 

Olney 163 

Omer 110 

Onido 199 

Onitia 201 

Ornington 131 

Osgood 217 

Otford 95 

Otto 212 

O sacred place, 249 



P. 

Paddington 161 

Pancras 164 

Parah 145 

Pnulos 155 

Peal 61 

Peidon 185 



Pemberton 145 

Pentonville 145 

Perez 206 

Peters 181 

Phuvah 136 

Plitz 218 

Plunged in a gulph, .320 
Portuguese Hymn ..236 
Praise the Lord, . . . .245 
Praise ye Jehovah, . .293 

Pretorium 114 

Ptolemais 55 

Putney 215 



R. 

Ramsay 190 

Reo 91 

Rezin 258 

Rhine 203 

Richmond 226 

Ripley 210 

Rosetield 195 

Rothwell 69 

RuViic 61 

Rushton 150 



S. 

Sale 49 

Salvation ! Oh, the.. 244 
Salvation to our God,248 

Savon 83 

Scotland 243 

Scir 168 

Selby 153 

Serug 220 



Sha^m..... 49 

Shawmut ....150 

Sheba 152 

Shelton 154 

Shenley 137 

Shepham 92 

Shirland 147 

Sichein 138 

Sicily 209 

Siddim 117 

Silverdale 146 

Sinai 99 

Sing hallelujah! ....223 

Sisera 95 

Snowfield 152 

Southampton 196 

St. Ann's 100 

St. John's 122 

St. Martin's 98 

St. Michael's 234 

St. Paul's 53 

St. Thomas' 146 

Stade 113 

Stephens 113 

Sterling 60 

Stoel 153 

Stonefield 68 

Stow 184 

Sunbury 163 



T. 

Tallis 108 

Tallis' Even'g Hymn .44 

Tarshish 89 

Telem 93 

Thatcher 148 

Thaxted 114 



The Lord is great, . .221 
There is an hour, . . .225 
There is a fountain. .323 
The voice of free, . . .242 

Thou art gone, 243 

Thyatira 88 

Thorley 191 

Tirana 231 

Tottenham 197 

Trell 38 

Triumph 187 

Truro '. 51 

Tyne 162 



U. 

Uda 120 

Unam 216 

Ur 99 

Utica 158 

Uxbridge 82 



V. 

Valentia 130 

Vallum 192 

Vesper 118 

Verona 129 



w. 

Waitland 230 

Waldron 96 

Wall 119 

Walney 91 

Walnut Grove. . . .117 



Wanstead 198 

Ward 78 

Wareham 125 

Warwick 138 

Watchman! tell us,. 287 

Wayland 177 

Wayton 108 

Welby 147 

Weld 228 

Welford 121 

Wells 74 

Welton 78 

Weymouth 183 

When as returns. . . .246 

While with, 240 

Wilbraham 62 

Wilmot 214 

Winchester 38 

Windham 74 

Winter 132 

Whiteland 62 

Worthing 207 

Wye 48 

Y. 

Soakley 47 

z. 

Zalmonah 229 

Zebulon 189 

Zerah 90 

Zippor 230 

Zion 214 

Zira 224 

Zophim 227 

Zuar 222 



ANTHEMS, MOTETTS, SENTENCES, CHANTS, HYMNS, &c 



Ann ye shall seek me Sentence. 252 

Before Jehovah's awful throne, Psalm. 288 

Behold the Lamb of God, Sentence. 312 

Benedic aiiima mea, Chant. 333 

Beaedictus, Chant. 328 

Blessed are the poor in spirit, Chant. 335 

Blessed be the Lard God ol Israel Chant. 328 

Blessed is the man, A nihem. 313 

Bouum est conAieri, Chant. 330 

But in the last days, Sentence. 273 

Christmas, Anthem. 2G2 

Christmas, ••••••• ••• A nthem. 268 

Canute Domino Cham. 329 

Dedication or Ordination, Antkrm. 270 

Denmark » I'salm . 2S8 

Deli* Mlserealur, Chant. 331 

I ).-us Miserealur, Cluua. 532 

Filter not into judgment Anthem. 264 

F.xall the Lord our God, t>enle>icc. 301 

Father, how wide thy glory shines, Hymn. 265 

Gloria in excelsis, Chant. 346 

Glory be to God on high, Chant. 346 

Glory to God in the highest, Motett. £68 

Glory to God on high Anthem. S63 

God be merciful unto us, ('hunt 33 1 

God be merciful unto us Chant. 332 

(■real God, what do I see and hear, Hymn. -.'< ' 

Great is the Lord our God, Anthem. 310 

Great is the Lord, Chant 344 

Hark! the voice of love and mercy, ..Hymn. 307 

Haste, O sinner, now be wise Hymn. SSI 

Have mercy upon me, Cnont. 341 

Head of the church triumphant, Hymn. 238 

Heavenly day Hymn. 298 

Heavenly dwelling Hymn. 294 

He is despised, Chant. 342 

High o'er the heavens Pta/m. 205 

His foundation is In, Ate Chant. 3-13 

Holy! Holy ! holv Lord God Almigluv Chant. 3. ! 8 

Holy ! Holy ! holy Lord God of Sabaolh, Sentence. 251 

Holy is the Lord Sentence. 282 

Hope in Ui- Lord, Hymn. 318 



How amiable are thy tabernacles Chant. 3H- 

How holy is llns place, Anthem. 270 

How pleasant, how divinely fair, Hymn. 258 

How pleasant, how divinely fair, Chant. 347 

If human kindness meets return, Hymn. 250 

I have seen the wicked, Chant. 345 

In the night, Motett. 292 

It is a good thing : Chant. 3.(0 

I was glad, Chant. 336 

I will arise, Sentence. 306 

1 will extol thee .. Chant. 339 

I will lift up mine eyes Chant. 335 

Jerusalem, my glorious home, Hymn. 27G 

Jubilate Deo, Chant. 327 

Judge me, O Lord, Chant. 337 

Lo, God is here, Hymn. 319 

Lord of all power and might Anthem. 32 1 

Lord, thou nasi been our refuge, Chant. 340 

Midst sorrow and care, Hymn. -I" 

No w ar nor battle's sound, Hymn. 2 10 

be joyful in the Lord Chant. 327 

O come, let us sing unto the Lord Chant. 336 

Oft as the bell Hymn. 312 

O give thanks, Chant. 338 

O gne thanks Chant. 342 

O God of slrengtn Hymn. 309 

() bless the Lord Chant. 317 

O Lord, our Lord, how excellent, Chant. 341 

Olook to Golgotha VaUtt. 284 

praise the Lord An/he, 

Ordtnai..ui or Dedication Anthem. 270 

O sacred place where God has fixed, Hymn. 249 

O sin" to Jehovah, Anthem. 300 

O sing unto the Lord Chant. 329 

Our Father who art in heaven Motett. 303 

Our Father who art in heaven Chant. 315 

Our Father who art in heaven, Chant. 318 

Out of the depths, < 'hant. 340 

Plunged In a gulf, Hymn. 320 

Praise die Lord, Hymn. 245 

Praise the Lord, O my soul, Chant. 333 

Praise ye Jehovah, Hymn. »ki 



Praise ye the Lord, • .. uint. 

Salvation ! O, the joyful sound, Hymn. 

Salvation to our God, Sentence. 

Saiictus,.. Alotett. 

See what a living stone, Chant. 

Seek ye the Lord Cliant. 

Sing hallelujah, Hymn. 

Sing unto God, Anthem. 

Song of praise in the night, Motett. 

Thanksgn ing Anthem. 

Thanksgiving Hymn Hymn. 

The earth is the Lord's Anthem. 

The heavens declare the glory of God, Chant. 

The heavens declare thy glory, Lon' Hymn. 

The heavenly way Hymn. 

The house of God Hymn. 

The Lord is gracious, Cnont, 

The Lord is great Hymn. 

The Lord is in Ins holy temple Sentence. 

The Lord is my light.! Chant. 

The Lord is my shepherd Chant. 

The Lord my shepherd is Chant. 

The Lord's prayer, .Motett. 

The Lord's prayer, ( '!<<">!■ 

The I .or. I's praj cr Chant. 

The Lord rcignelli Chant. 

The Lord upliuldcih all that fall, Chant. 

The Prince of salvation, Hymn. 

The Sabbat] m '■ '•'■ 

The true friend, Hymn. 

The voice of free grace, Hymn. 

There is a fountain, Hymn. 

There is an hour Hymn. 

Thou art gone lo the grave ttytmi. 

Venite. exiiliemus Domino Chant. 

Watchman '. lell us of the night, Hymn. 

Welcome welcome, (The Sabbath,) Motett. 

While with ceasless course the sun - Hymn. 

When as returns this solemn day Hymn. 

With reverence let tlie saints appear, Chant. 

Ye humble souls, ..^, Chant. 

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L. PI. 

Aoli it 259 

Anmah 42 

Adwell 40 

Ae 57 

Ac r ion 54 

Aghiud 59 

Agnor 64 

All Sainti 75 

Almin 72 

Ames 80 

Amlin 81 

Angel's Hymn 44 

Anson 83 

Anvern 70 

Appleton .' 60 

Arf..u 52 

Arne 58 

Arville 68 

Ashwell 55 

Avrion 56 

Bairn 39 

Ballington 48 

Bashan GO 

Bclville 52 

Blendon 51 

Brentfonl 73 

Brunswick 71 

Castle Street 76 

Cephas 50 

Cumberland' 43 

Cyprus 49 

Dale (16 

Danvcrs 1,7 

Duke Street 80 

DunnVId 76 

Effingham 47 

Elno. 41 

El-parnn 46 

Farnswortri 82 

Fi deral Street 84 

Ford 40 

Frcnor 56 

Gedei 55 

Gilcad 79 

Hamburg 83 

I! nova 79 

Horn ony Grove 63 

Hebron 7* 

Hinghum 75 

Mia 74 

Keswick 59 

Koran 69 

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Lane 60 



Lawloo 77 

' Lee 70 

I Leni • 40 

1 Leydcn 65 

1 Lowell 58 

Lycoma 71 

Marion 67 

Maysville 64 

Mendon 39 

Metrical Chant 347 

Migdol 63 

Hinal 45 

Aloud 42 

Morial 45 

Mount Zion 37 

Nayton 84 

Na/areth 65 

Neal 73 

Ninety Seventh Ps. Tu.81 

Noel 72 

Old Hundred 41 

Peal 61 

Ptolomais 55 

Rezin 258 

Kothwell 69 

Rubic 61 

Sale 49 

Savon 83 

Shalem 49 

St. Paul's 53 

Stei ling 60 

Stonefield 68 

Tallis' Evening Hymn .44 

Troll i 38 

Truro 51 

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Ward 78 

Wells 74 

Wilton 78 

Whitolaod 89 

Wilbrabam 62 

Winchester 38 

Windham 74 

Wye 48 

Yoakley 47 

C. III. 

Arlington 93 

Antiocb 116 

All., k. 104 

Arlington 97 

Arundel 112 

Avim 102 

A/mon ^..117 

Baticn 119 



Balcrme 125 

Ball ..211 

Bangor 122 

Barby Ill 

Berwick 124 

Brudnor 123 

Brattle Street 101 

Broughton 133 

Ilunford 121 

Burlbrd 126 

Cail 911 

Cambridge 134 

Canton 137 

Chard 139 

Chelsea 94 

Chosnut Street 306 

Chimes B8 

Choral 203 

Colchester Ill 

Coronation 112 

Coventry 85 

Dalmatia 127 

Dedham 115 

Downs 115 

Dundee 123 

Edgeton 103 

Elever 129 

Elon 131 

Enfield I2G 

Farnham 96 

Ferry 95 

Field 105 

Geneva 135 

Grafton 128 

Hadleigh 133 

ll.il. nd 134 

Hanley 106 

lleatl 126 

Hertnoi) 139 

Honitnn 86 

Howard 102 

Iceland 94 

Iddo 1 [0 

Irish 132 

Kendall i3."i 

Kishon 128 

Lachish 105 

Lancsboro' 87 

Laylield 124 

Lemnos .86 

Lenoal 92 

Litchfield ,..136 

Lnt7.cn ...193 

London 109 

Marlow (major) 97 



Marlow (minor) 97 

Martyr's 107 

Marwell 120 

Mear 107 

Mcdlicld 92 

Medford 85 

Melbourn 130 

Melford 106 

Metrical Chant 317 

Moreli 100 

Mount Nebo 118 

Naomi 89 

New York 103 

Nicl.uls 98 

Nottingham 109 

Omer 110 

Ornington 131 

Otford 95 

Preturium 114 

I'liuvah 136 

Reo 91 

Shenley 137 

Shepham 92 

Sichem 138 

Sid.lim 117 

Sinai 99 

Sisera 95 

St. Ann's 100 

St. John's 122 

St. Martin's 98 

Stade 113 

Stephens 113 

Tallis 1U8 

Tarshisb 89 

Telcm 9:1 

Thaxted Ill 

Thyatira 68 

Uda 120 

Mr 99 

Valcntia 130 

Verona 129 

Vesper 118 

Waldron 9,1 

Wall 119 

Walney 91 

Walnut Grove 117 

Wureham 125 

Warwick 138 

Wavton 108 

Welfbrd 121 

Winter 132 

Zerah 80 

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Aliava 166 



Ain 1G0 

Allenza 141 

Aphrah 148 

Badea 155 

Baid 159 

Beverly 156 

Boylston 140 

Brallon 167 

Cambcrwrll 168 

Caton 165 

Chesworth 158 

Cranbrook 143 

Cumwcll 161 

Dor ton 162 

Dover 163 

Blome 1 64 

Evans 140 

Evelvn 149 

Gcra'r 167 

Gorton 171 

Marlon 141 

Hereford 171 

Hudson 151 

Kolsal 169 

Laban 156 

Leigh ton 170 

Lisbon 170 

Loughton 142 

Maine 167 

Maitland 144 

Missal 157 

Mazzaroth 151 

Metrical Chant 347 

Mishall 144 

Name 151 

Norwcll 159 

Olmutz 158 

Olnny 163 

Paddmgton Hit 

Pancras 164 

Parol 145 

Paulos 155 

Pemberton 145 

Pcntonville 145 

Rusbton 150 

Scir 168 

Sclbv 153 

Shawmut 150 

Sheba 152 

Shellon 154 

Shirland 147 

Silverdale 146 

Snow lie hi 152 

Stoel 153 

St. Thomas' 146 



Stmbury llin 

Thatcher 148 

Tyne 162 

Ctica 158 

Wclby 147 

L. P. M. 

Mayfibld 174 

Mirliai 172 

Nashville 174 

Newcourt 172 

C. P. M. 

Aithlonc 175 

Ariel 176 

B.thnel 178 

Carpathus 176 

Eicon 180 

llighton 175 

Li.ngvvorlh 178 

Menbal 173 

S. P. M. 

Dalston 181 

Peters 181 

H. M. 

Anab 184 

Beza 188 

Claremonl 188 

Farlon 190 

llad.lam 182 

Harwich 186 

Irwell 185 

Kingston 192 

Lisclicr 186 

Newbury 187 

Peldon 185 

Ramsay 190 

Stow 184 

Triumph 187 

Thorley 191 

Vallum 192 

Weymouth 183 

Zebulon 189 

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Acton 200 

Aphek 2112 

Anfield 809 

Bellingham 195 

Benevento 210 

Choral 961 

Corydon 204 

Dallas 194 



Edmonton 204 

Edvtleld 200 

Elthan 196 

Eton 194 

Fulham 2n3 

Hendon 193 

Morton 198 

Jurel 201 

Nurcmburg 193 

Onido ...'. 199 

Onitia 201 

Rhine 203 

Rosctield 195 

Southampton 196 

Tottenham 197 

Wanstead 198 

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Beulali 213 

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